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    Cool man/men

    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct, please?:

    "The people's answers depended on whether they were men or women. "

    Would it be better to say :

    "The people's answers depended on whether they were a man or a woman. " ?

    Thank you
    W

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    Re: man/men

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct, please?:

    "The people's answers depended on whether they were men or women. "

    Would it be better to say :

    "The people's answers depended on whether they were a man or a woman. " ?

    Thank you
    W
    The first one is better.

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