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    Is it "type" or "types" ?

    For the following, should it be "types" or "type" ? :

    "What types of products can make this claim?"

    "What type of products can make this claim?"

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    Re: Is it "type" or "types" ?

    You can use either, depending on whether you think the answer will involve one or more types.

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