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    Post Who to use "those who"

    Please, help to find out what would be appropriate to use after "those who". As we know, "those" is plural form of "that" and we continue sentence on the same plural form, for example, name of famous movie "For Those Who Think Young". But I found this example: "It's for those who wants to quit from nursing"
    Why did they use singular form and was it by mistake?
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    Re: Who to use "those who"

    Yes, it's a mistake. It should be "those who want..."

    "Quit from nursing" is not proper either.

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    Re: Who to use "those who"

    Thank you very much!

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