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    • Join Date: May 2006
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    #1

    Are The Correct?

    1. Of all the small community banks in our market, not a single one is currently in the high-risk, low-return and volume-driven residential mortgage business.

    2. Of all the small community banks in our market, I know of no one that is currently in the high-risk, low-return and volume-driven residential mortgage business.

    Please kindly tell me whether or not the two sentences above are grammatically correct. If yes, which one is a better sentence? Thanks.


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    Re: Are The Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by cleung View Post
    1. Of all the small community banks in our market, not a single one is currently in the high-risk, low-return and volume-driven residential mortgage business.

    2. Of all the small community banks in our market, I know of none that is currently in the high-risk, low-return and volume-driven residential mortgage business.

    Please kindly tell me whether or not the two sentences above are grammatically correct. If yes, which one is a better sentence? Thanks.
    Both are grammatically sound. Which you use is stylistic choice.

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