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    #1 a book/books


    1- When I quit school, I saw my students waving their hand/hands.
    2- People
    do not read a book/books nowadays.

    They are my sentences. I feel confused and cannot decide if it is OK to use the singular ones - hand, a book. Is it OK? I know the plural ones are OK, by the way.


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    Re: a book/books

    The singular ones are wrong.

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