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    Question correct or wrong

    Hi there,

    Is the following OK:

    A visit to the above-mentioned sites is a must.

    I mean, can "visit" (sg.) go with "sites" (pl.)? You make a visit to each of the two sites one at a time, right?

    Thanks,
    angela

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangelatm View Post
    Hi there,

    Is the following OK:

    A visit to the above-mentioned sites is a must.

    I mean, can "visit" (sg.) go with "sites" (pl.)? You make a visit to each of the two sites one at a time, right? You're absolutely right about it. And so is the sentence.

    Thanks,
    angela

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