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Hi guys,

Can you please check if there's any grammatical error in the sentence below?

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Which of the following benefits matches the TQdM Monitors deliverable?
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I wonder if i need to put matches/match

Thanks to this forum,
Vincent
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Hi Vincent. If there is more than one benefit which can be selected as the answer, use 'match'; if there is only one right answer, use 'matches'.

More clear would be:

Which one of the following benefits matches...?
Which following benefit matches...?
Which which following benefits match...?
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Hi Mister Micawber Thank You for your reply.

Could you please explain ? Do I need to insert double "which" in that particular sentence?

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Which which following benefits match...?
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Thanks,
vincent
No, no! No double 'which's, Vincent. As I said above, use 'match' or 'matches' depending on the number of right answers, or use one of the alternatives I offered you.