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Is it grammatically possible to say one of the many as the sentence below?
I do not consider Mexico as my home country, and it is just one of the many foreign countries to me.

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moguwai007

Is it grammatically possible to say one of the many as the sentence below?
I do not consider Mexico as my home country, and it is just one of the many foreign countries to me.

I'm going to have to say no. The meaning seems off. "One of the many" means "an example of the numerous uncounted things of its kind". There are only so many countries, around 200. By the way, you would not consider Mexico "as" your home country. You would consider it your home country.

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moguwai007Is it grammatically possible to say one of the many as the sentence below?

Leave out 'the'. one of many

moguwai007I do not consider Mexico as my home country, and it is just one of the many foreign countries to me.

I don't consider Mexico my home country. It's just one of many foreign countries to me.

Or: ... It's just another foreign country to me.

CJ

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