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    of all the possible

    Of all the possible disasters that threaten American agriculture, the possibility of an adverse change in climate is probably the most difficult to analyze.

    is the above sentence correct? I am confused that "disasters" doesnt have the same property as "the possibility." isnt it?


    • Join Date: Jun 2007
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    Re: of all the possible

    The sentence is fine. Here's a simpler example of the same construction:

    "Of all the seasons, spring is my favorite."

    [native speaker & writer, not teacher]


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