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    century or centuries

    What will be the best way to say (or of saying) this:



    He was influential in (the?) late nineteenth and early twentieth century (or centuries?).

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    Re: century or centuries

    Quote Originally Posted by sane View Post
    What will be the best way to say (or of saying) Yes, you can use either here. this:
    He was influential in (the?) late nineteenth and early twentieth century (or centuries?).
    He was influential in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
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