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    #1

    Grammar of a heading

    Hi,

    I need to do a presentation about saving account.
    I have problem with the heading of a PowerPoint Side.


    Question:
    Which of the following heading is correct?

    Heading 1, 2:
    How saving account works :/?
    Heading 3, 4:
    How a saving account works :/?
    Heading 5, 6:
    How saving accounts work :/?
    Heading 7, 8, 9, 10:
    How will / does a saving account work :/?
    Heading 11, 12, 13, 14:
    How will / do saving accounts work :/?



    Thanks

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    Re: Grammar of a heading

    Use either "How a saving account works" or "How savings accounts work."

    Not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: Grammar of a heading

    not a teacher

    I thought it should 'savings account'.

    I prefer using the singular - How a Savings Account Works

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    #4

    Re: Grammar of a heading

    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    not a teacher

    I thought it should 'savings account'.

    I prefer using the singular - How a Savings Account Works
    Yes, you're right. I made a typo in my last post; "How a savings account works" is what I meant to write.

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