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Hi, I'd like you to check the following sentence, which is for a web questionnaire form.

"What are your favorite musicians? Choose however many you like."

Please let me know, if there is anything wrong with the above example.
Thanks in advance.
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Hi,

"What are your favorite musicians? Choose however many you like."


"Who are your favorite musicians? Choose however many you like."

Clive

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Clive
"Who are your favorite musicians? Choose however many you like."


Thanks, Clive.
How about "Choose however many you like."?
Is this a commonly used questionnaire phrase?
Can I replace it with other phrases, such as "Choose as many (answers) as you like." or else?
Hi,

How about "Choose however many you like."?
Is this a commonly used questionnaire phrase? I think not.
Can I replace it with other phrases, such as "Choose as many (answers) as you like." << Yes. This is better. or else?


Clive
CliveHow about "Choose however many you like."?
Is this a commonly used questionnaire phrase? I think not.
Can I replace it with other phrases, such as "Choose as many (answers) as you like." << Yes. This is better. or else?


Clive, thanks.
Which is better, "Choose as many answers as you like." or "Choose as many as you like."?
Should I omit the "answers"?

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Hi,

Which is better, "Choose as many answers as you like." or "Choose as many as you like."?
Should I omit the "answers"?


Either is OK. I often see 'select as many options as you like' or 'you can select multiple options'.

Clive