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Hi,

I know that you have in the past covered this area of grammar many times but let me ask you again for personal understanding. What is the difference between the two:

What kind of movies do you like?

What kinds of movies do you like?
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The first asks primarily for a single kind; the second asks for several kinds. Practically speaking, either would serve in a conversation.
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AnonymousHi,

I know that you have in the past covered this area of grammar many times but let me ask you again for personal understanding. What is the difference between the two:

What kind of movies do you like?

What kinds of movies do you like?

My two cents:

(Type/kind/sort) of + <<singular noun>>

(Types/kinds/sorts) of + <<plural noun>>