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    Talking trouble or troubles

    He changed his job and landed up in more trouble.

    He changed his job and landed up in more troubles.

    Which is correct/wrong? Could someone please explain why?

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    Re: trouble or troubles

    Quote Originally Posted by chrismuriel View Post
    He changed his job and landed up in more trouble.

    He changed his job and landed up in more troubles.

    Which is correct/wrong? Could someone please explain why?
    NOT A TEACHER.

    "He changed his job and ended up in/got himself into more trouble."

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