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1. Those guys have a good sense of humor.
2. Those guys have good sense of humor.
3. Those guys have good senses of humor.
When you are referring to multiple number of people, which of the above is/are considered to be correct.
Then in case where a number of people(two or more indivisuals), each has a distinct sense of humor, I take it that using 3(the latter one) would be the correct choice, but in colloquial everyday conversation, is it possible 1 is used meaning the same as 3? Since you've said it's hair-splitting, I just want to make sure about it.
Sorry for asking a redundant question,
Thank you again.
Last edited by bouji; 13-Mar-2009 at 23:36.
CHarlie B.: Have another look. Are you suuuuuuuure about 3.?