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Hello everybody, I would like to know whether the following sentences correct or not, and the difference between the sentences of each group. Thank you in advance!

  • Which words above are correct? (I know there are at least 2 correct words.)

  • What words above are correct? (I know there are at least 2 correct words.)

  • Which word above is correct? (I know there are at least 2 correct words.)
  • Just do it! No more excuse/other choice!

  • Just do it! No more excuses/other choices!
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Did you mean "Which words below are correct?"?
When it comes to single words, I'm afraid all we can do is say whether they are correctly spelled or not. All are correct in that respect.

The only combination I see as completely idiomatic is "Just do it! No more excuses!"

"No more excuse" won't do at all because "excuse" is a count noun.
It is unidiomatic to leave out "There is/are" with your examples using "choice(s)".
You need "There is no other choice" or "There are no other choices".

CJ
Dear Teachers,Emotion: smile

“Problem” is a countable noun. That’s why an article is needed in front of “problem” in the sentence “I have a problem.” I would like to know the reason why "There is no other choice" doesn’t need an article. Would it be possible to say “There is no other problem?”

Thank you very much,

SFB
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"no" serves as the article. Actually, what you need is a determiner. "a/an", "the", "no", "some", and the possessive adjectives are all examples of determiners. You can't use more than one determiner together, so you can't have "a no problem" or "the some problems" or "a my problem", etc.

CJ
Hello Calif Jim and everybody,Emotion: smile

[H] I got it.

Determiner: in grammar, a word which is used before a noun to show which particular example of the noun you are referring to.

SBF
Jaiunreve,

You write: Which word above is correct? (I know there are at least 2 correct words.)

This would mean that there is more than one word above, and only one of them is correct.
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Perhaps the idea behind 'no more choices' is this: Just do it. No more 'opting out'.