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    Difference in sounds

    In the following 1 and 2, how do they sound different?
    Also, is the below 2 case acceptable though the subject is plural?

    1. Households with TVs must sign a contract.
    2. Households with a TV must sign a contract.

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    Re: Difference in sounds

    They're both fine, but there could some confusion about whether household with one TV should sign the first, so for a contract 'one or more' might be better.

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