Student or Learner
Dear English native speakers and teachers,
I got a bit confused again with the use of plural/singular, for example in the case like this:
You see there are ten students in a class and each has his/her own monitor.
In such a situation, which of the following would be more appropriate to say to these students?
1) Keep looking at your monitors. (plural)
2) Keep looking at your monitor. (singular)
Please help me understand this matter.
I see, I can use either case, right?
So, if I am asking to keep looking at monitors to these students (all of these 10 students), it would be better for me to use "Keep looking at your monitors"? Is it correct?
Thank you very much for clarifying the point.
I got it!