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    which one is correct

    which one is correct ? i am going to buy this one or this one i am going to buy.

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    Re: which one is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by indranil View Post
    Which one is correct? "I am going to buy this one" or this one "I am going to buy"?.
    Hi and welcome, indranil,

    "I am going to buy this one" is more natural.

    You should get used to capitalize I (1st person singular pronoun) every time you use it, as well as any word starting a sentence.

    Please note that you must not leave a space between words and question (or exclamation) marks. Besides, it is a good idea to include the sentences in question between inverted commas (or any other way that clearly marks their beginning or end) to make them clearer for the reader.



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