1 and 2 are correct. 3 is not. The two have the same meaning.
Hi, I wonder if all the following 3 sentences are correct? , and if yes, what is the difference between them?
1. Lemon is good for colds.
2. Lemon is good for a cold.
3. Lemon is good for cold.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 17-Jan-2016 at 13:26. Reason: Fixing typo.
I agree with Mike, but for the sentences to have any meaning, you need to say what you have to do with the lemons.
That's rather up to you. Do you want to follow up on Rover's point? If not, there is nothing else to be said. Mike answered your original question.
Last edited by Piscean; 19-Jan-2016 at 15:22. Reason: Typo. Sorry, Mike.
Read posts #2, 3 and 5.