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Hi

Is it OK to tell both " In which city do you live" and " Which city do you live in" are correct? Second one sounds better to me, probably because It looks grammatically correct.

Another question of mine is; We normally say " Guns N Roses has released THEIR 4th album" But It looks so weird to me.

Is it OK to say:

Guns N Roses have released THEIR 4th album

Guns N Roses has released ITS 4th album

Thanks. :-)
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NugsoIs it OK to say both " In which city do you live?" and " Which city do you live in?" are correct? The second one sounds better to me, probably because it looks grammatically correct.
They are both grammatically correct. The first is more formal.

(Don't assume that everybody lives in a city.)

You'll get quicker answers if you ask unrelated questions in separate posts.

Many people could answer one of your questions but have neither the time nor knowledge to answer both.

RoverEmotion: smile
Thank you Rover_KE. From now on, I'm going to try to do what you suggested. :-)
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NugsoIs it OK to say:

Guns N Roses have released THEIR 4th album

Guns N Roses has released ITS 4th album
Yes. Those are OK.
NugsoGuns N Roses has released THEIR 4th album" ... looks so weird to me.
I suppose it is a little weird, but it's OK in everyday conversation. their is used as a singular because its sounds wrong in reference to people or groups of people.

An alternate explanation is that 'has' indicates that Guns N Roses is a single group and 'their' indicates that Guns N Roses is composed of several people. It's inconsistent, and that's why it's weird.

CJ
I am indebted to both of you! ( Does it sound a bit formal?)
NugsoI am indebted to both of you! ( Does it sound a bit formal?)
Yes.

Prajwal
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