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Anonymous:What is the difference between "Following" and "Followings"?
Is the one with 's' a plural form of the one without?
Hence, which of the following(s?) are/is correct?
1. Followings are the points we have agreed:
2. Following are the points we have agreed:
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I didn't know that "followngs" is wrong .....because I often see people use the plural of "following" everywhere.....!!
I'm really glad I read this thread.
Thanks for raising the question, Anon
Anonymous:I still don't know whether it's correct to say: "The following is correct" or "The following are correct" especially if what comes as ennumeration contains more than one item.
Anonymous:They are both correct. If there's only one item use is. If there are more than one use are.
AnonymousIf there's only one item use is. .Please try to differentiate the words you are talking about from the advice you are giving:
If there is only one item, use 'is'.
If there is only one item, use is.
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