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which one is more correct I'm married and have one children or I'm married and have one kids I have one kids and currently she is in high school
Aug 12, 2018 1:45 AM
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None are correct. You are using the plural form, which implies more than one. I'm married and have one children > I'm married and have one child. I'm married and have one kids > I'm married and have one kid. I have one kids and currently she is in high school > I have one kid, and she is currently in high school.
August 12, 2018
Americans will put that comma before "and". British English tends to do as you did and not include it. :) Hence I have one kid and she is currently in high school. . "kid" is informal. Also common in English to say son or daughter, rather than child. Not always, but common.
August 12, 2018
Bambang
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