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    Uses of One pronoun

    Hi all,

    Could someone explain to me the correct use of "ONE" in the following sentence (my own) please?

    Training and CPD (continue professional development) are one of the key standards set out by the GPhc (General Pharmaceutical Council).

    can we use are one of the as I have never seen are before one of the .....

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    Jignesh

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    Re: Uses of One pronoun

    That would be strange. I would delete "one of the". That would leave "are key standards".

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    Re: Uses of One pronoun

    Unless "training and CPD" are considered one thing. In which case they could be "one of the..."

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    Re: Uses of One pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    Unless "training and CPD" are considered one thing. In which case they could be "one of the..."

    The verb would need to be 'is' in that case.

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