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    detail

    Teacher, should one use "in detail" or "in details" in this sentence? I think both are correct.

    Please tell us in detail why you want to apply for this job.

    Please tell us in details why you want to apply for this job.

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    Re: detail

    Quote Originally Posted by thomas615 View Post
    Teacher, should one use "in detail" or "in details" in this sentence? I think both are correct.

    Please tell us in detail why you want to apply for this job.

    Please tell us in details why you want to apply for this job.
    "In detail" is correct.

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