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    rich choice

    Do you say a rich choice of something?
    Last edited by Lily of the valley; 12-Oct-2011 at 19:35.

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    Re: rich choice

    I wouldn't use it myself. I wasn't sure whether others might, so I checked with the British National Corpus and the Corpus of Contemporary American. Neither had a single example, so stick with 'a wide choice'.

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    Re: rich choice

    For instance, "There's a wide choice of shopping facilities." Is it correct this way?
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