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In the following numbered sentences, which is/are OK?


Naomi and Becky is talking.


Naomi said,,,,

I bought a white sweater for Cathy. But, I'm afraid I should have chosen black one. If I were Mary(=Cathy's close friend), I would have chosen it. If you were me, which would you have chosen?


Becky said,,,

1. I don't know which Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which I would.

2. I don't know which Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which I would have.

3. I don't know which Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which I would have chosen.


If I were you, I would have chosen black one, because Cathy and I have the same taste in fashion. But, it's nothing. She would like it.



Thank you.

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Nananara

1. I don't know which (one) Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which one I would.

2. I don't know which (one) Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which one I would have.

3. I don't know which (one) Mary would have chosen, but I'm sure which one I would have chosen.

The first one doesn't strike me as very natural, but the other two seem OK.

'which' instead of 'which one' in the last clause seems unnatural to my ear.

CJ

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Excuse me. is→are

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