to have no beach/beaches // many collections worthy of visitors' appreciating
The north side of the island has no beach/beaches. There are only steep cliffs. No one can climb these steep walls of rock.
- Which is correct?
2. There are many collections worthy of visitors' appreciating in the Chimei Museum.
-Is this sentence correct?
Jan 14, 2016 4:02 PM
Answers · 1
Both are correct grammatically, but I think most speakers would use the plural here (perhaps unless a specific beach had been already discussed). Even more natural would be "There are no beaches on the north side ...".