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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    two action

    to whom it may concern:

    I am Chinese. My english grammer is bad.
    Would very much appreciate it if somebody can help me.
    Thank you in advance.

    I should say two action or two actions?
    Ellie

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    #2

    Re: two action

    "Two actions" because it is plural.

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    #3

    Re: two action

    Thanks a lot!

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    #4

    Re: two action

    Welcome to UsingEnglish.com, ellie7377!

    Clicking on the 'Thank' button can obviate the need for a new post saying 'Thanks', such is one of the many unwritten rules on this forum.

    I am not a teacher.

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    #5

    Re: two action

    English grammar

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    #6

    Re: two action

    Hello.
    'To whom it may concern' - it's formal and I love it. (Please remember it's not required when you make posts here.)
    'Dear person whose name I don't know' - it's rather a strange salutation but I personally love it. (I'm not saying it's a suitable/correct salutation!)

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