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    are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    Hi,


    Are all of you rackets broken? Is it correct?

    I will buy a new racket (single). Is it correct?

    I will buy two new rackets. Is it correct?

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    Re: are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    Quote Originally Posted by Untaught88 View Post
    Hi,


    Are all of your rackets broken? Is it correct?

    I will buy a new racket (single). Is it correct?

    I will buy two new rackets. Is it correct?
    I would spell "racket" "raquet". It looks totally wrong to me with "ck".

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    Re: are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    American -- British

    racket ------- raquet
    check ------- cheque


    (This is a case where the British and Canadian usages agree, but they don't always.)

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    Re: are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    I spell it "racquet". Just call me a rebel.

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    Re: are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    Let me make it clear. Please correct the following questions.

    I have five racquets. All of them are broken. Somebody asks me:
    Q: Are all of your racquets broken? Correct?

    I have five friends. All of them have a raccquet. Their racquets are broken. Somebody asks us:
    Q: Are all of your racquets broken?

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    Re: are all of you/ a new racket/two new racket

    Quote Originally Posted by Untaught88 View Post
    Let me make it clear. Please correct the following questions.

    I have five racquets. All of them are broken. Somebody asks me:
    Q: Are all of your racquets broken? Correct?

    I have five friends. All of them have a racquets. Their racquets are broken. Somebody asks us:
    Q: Are all of your racquets broken?
    With the corrections b and I have made, all of your examples are grammatically correct.

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