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    Asking for a brand + (plural noun)

    A1: "What brand are your TVs?"
    A2: "What bran are your TVS?"
    A3: "What are your TVs?"
    A4: "What are your TVS?"

    B1: "They are Sonys"
    B2: "They are Sony"

    Hello,
    I want to ask for the brand of the TVs.
    I have some doubts about the structures of both A and B. Would you please be kind enough to tell me which ones are incorrect and which ones are correct? What's the correct way to ask it?

    Thank you

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    Re: Asking for a brand + (plural noun)

    Quote Originally Posted by alex_genius_20 View Post
    A1: "What brand are your TVs?"
    A2: "What bran are your TVS?"
    A3: "What are your TVs?"
    A4: "What are your TVS?"

    B1: "They are Sonys"
    B2: "They are Sony"

    Hello,
    I want to ask for the brand of the TVs.
    I have some doubts about the structures of both A and B. Would you please be kind enough to tell me which ones are incorrect and which ones are correct? What's the correct way to ask it?

    Thank you
    It would be more natural to ask "Which makes of TV do you have?" I would be more likely to say "I'm looking for a TV with X features/at around X price, what do you have?"

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