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    #1

    which are New Yorker and...

    1) Which of these students are New Yorkers and which are Bostonians?

    Is there any shorter way to ask that question?

    I don't think this one works:
    2) Which of these students are New Yorkers and Bostonians?

    Does it?

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: which are New Yorker and...

    No, it just complicates things.

    "Which of these students are from New York and which [are] from Boston." This is simpler but two words longer - if that is really a problem.

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