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    Question one of the most difficult time or times

    Very simple question, which of the following two is correct:

    1. one of the most difficult time
    2. one of the most difficult times

    Thanks!

    Emily

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    Re: one of the most difficult time or times

    Quote Originally Posted by emily wong View Post
    Very simple question, which of the following two is correct:

    1. one of the most difficult time
    2. one of the most difficult times

    Thanks!

    Emily
    A very simple answer: One of the most difficult times is correct. What do you mean by saying that? Maybe it'll be better to say :One of the most difficult moments.

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