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    sock or socks

    Hi,

    can u please tell me if the sentence mentioned below is correct:

    1) Iam describing a sock of my friend.

    he wears a black sock in one foot and white in another.

    Regards

    Pallavi

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    Re: sock or socks

    In describing the socks of a friend, you would say that "he wears a black sock on one foot and a white one on the other."

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