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    a small question

    I am not exactly a student in any college but learning English is something that I have been doing. I want to be really good at grammar and try my hands on copy editing and proofreading but there are few doubts that keep cropping up and so I joined this forum so that I may be able to discuss and learn. This is my first post in the forum and I wanted to know
    which is correct:

    widest range of teas
    largest range of teas

    2. Is there anything wrong with this?

    Flavours of Lipton (Proper noun)

    Exclusive tea range from Lipton(Proper noun)

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    Re: a small question

    1. I would use "widest."
    2. Neither are sentences. Both are OK as phrases. What were you questioning?

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