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    The late nineteenth and (the) early twentieth century

    Hello,

    1- Modernism describes a collection of cultural movements of ​the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
    2- Modernism describes a collection of cultural movements of the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century.
    3- Modernism describes a collection of cultural movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

    I feel a bit confused. Which ones should I use? In my opinion, sentences 2 and 3.

    Thanks.

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    Re: The late nineteenth and (the) early twentieth century

    In my humble opinion, you can use any of them.


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