Miriam
Can I say... Can I say "I'd buy a CD whose name is "Sirope"" or it's better said "The CD I'd buy is called "Sirope"" Thank you for your attention
Jul 4, 2015 11:13 AM
Answers · 3
I think both options are correct, but I'd prefer the first one ;) I like more. Moreover, I'd use "I want to buy" instead of "I'd buy", but maybe is a literal translation from Spanish :D
July 4, 2015
"Whose" is normally only used of people, not of things. Your second sentence is fine. Or, more simply, you could say. "I'd buy the CD called Sirope."
July 4, 2015
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Miriam
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