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Anonymous:Which of the following (if either) is grammatically correct?
"Hello, friends of whom I have an email address."
"Hello, friends whose email addresses I have."
Neither sound right. Can you help me?
AnonymousNeither sounds right.Maybe that's because it's unusual to greet a group of people like that. Purely grammatically, however, you need ... whose email addresses I have.
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