singular and plural questions about REMARK and IMPRESSION which one/ones correct? could u please help me with them? 1, they may even accuse them of disloyalty, or make some spiteful __________ about the friend's parents. A. remark B.remarks 2, they have made ________ on me. A. an impression B.impressions
May 16, 2016 2:28 AM
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1. B. remarks - The word "some" in the sentence implies that the word in the blank will be plural. "Some remarks." 2. A. an impression - This is a standard English phrase. You make an impression on people, even if it's multiple people. "Making impressions on people" sounds a bit unnatural.
May 16, 2016
1. "Remarks" because you have used the word "some," implying that more than one remark was made, the plural word "remarks" is necessary. 2. "an impression" I believe that either "an impression" or "impressions" could be correct here, depending upon what the sentence is saying. However, "an impression" is what you are most likely to hear in common use.
May 16, 2016
1. Remarks. The preceding word 'some' should be the clue that remarks is plural (more than one remark) 2. An impression.
May 16, 2016
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