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    Grammar question

    In the sentence below is heart or hearts correct?

    "He will be missed by all whose heart he touched."

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    Re: Grammar question

    It has to be "hearts" in this sentence, since you are refering back to "all" (more than one person, therefore plural hearts). Compare with "He will be missed by the man/woman/child whose heart he touched".

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