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    Question Individual item or items?

    I'm a bit confused about the usage of "individual" with nouns. Is it individual items or individual item?
    For example: "The box also includes an envelope that contains additional information about individual items and products." Is this correct?

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    Re: Individual item or items?

    Quote Originally Posted by ardel View Post
    I'm a bit confused about the usage of "individual" with nouns. Is it individual items or individual item?
    For example: "The box also includes an envelope that contains additional information about individual items and products." Is this correct?
    It is either "individual items" or "an individual item".

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