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    which one is correct?

    i am about to have a health promotion in a small village.i have found the sentence printed on the logo was..>> building healthy futures.i think it's wrong.

    may i know what is the plural for the word 'future'?

    should be 'building healthy future' or 'building a healthy future'?

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    Re: which one is correct?

    Building healthy futures is perfectly grammatical, and quite the nice promotional line. It means, building a future for every individual; every person has a future; put them together, though, as in a group, and they have futures.

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