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    Which phrases is more strong than the other:

    Which phrases is more strong than the other?

    P1 : "the no of times which this form got reprinted are : i.e 1"
    P2 : "the no of time which this form printed out are"

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    Re: Which phrases is more strong than the other:

    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed.izeldin View Post
    Which phrases phrase is the stronger of these two? more strong than the other?

    P1 : "The no number of times which this form got has been/was reprinted are is ... : i.e 1"
    P2 : "The no number of times which this form has been/was printed out are is ..."
    See above for amendments in red.

    You need to use "is" not "are" because "The number of times" is singular.

    It would be more natural, though, to say "This form has been/was printed xxx times".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Which phrases is more strong than the other:

    This form has been/was printed out xxx times".



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    Re: Which phrases is more strong than the other:

    Is there a reason you have simply copied the final nine words of my post?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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