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A. We discuss issues in our weekly meeting.
B. We discuss issues in our weekly meetings.

1. Does sentence A mean that there is only one meeting in a week?
2. Does sentence B mean that there are more than one meeting in a week?
3. Or can sentence B probably mean that there is only one meeting each week, but on the basis of a certain period of time like a month (5 weekly meetings) or a year (52 weekly meetings)?
4. In fact, we discuss issues only once a week, so which sentence do you think is appropriate?

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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I think both sentences imply one meeting each week but do not exclude the possibility of an extra meeting here and there.
Thank you, Philip, for your answer.

If I rewrite my sentences as follows:

A. We discuss issues in our weekly meeting.
Rewrite: We discuss issues in our meeting every week.

B. We discuss issues in our weekly meetings.
Rewrite: We discuss issues in our meetings every week.

1. Do you think the answers will be the same with my questions earlier?
2. In rewriting sentence B, it is clear that there are more than one meetings each week, I think, and in A, there is only one meeting each week. Would you then interpret my original sentences as I interpret the rewritten ones?
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Hello,

Could someone help me on this, please? Thanks.
Hi Mister Micawber,

I was wondering if you could share your thoughts on this, please. Thanks.
Use your rewrites and avoid any possible confusion. The goal of communication in any language is to write it as clearly as possible, not make it as muddy as you can.
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That was a very quick response. I appreciate it.

OK, noted. Thank you very much. Emotion: smile