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Myth of "One of.." 1. One of the X's that/who

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1. Myth of "One of.."
1. One of the X's that/who <plural>
2. One of the X's <singular>
3. Only one of the X's <singular>
4. Only one of the X's that/who <plural>
5. The only one of the X's that/who <singular>

Whether the above mentioned forms of One are correct.

I found these reading through SC tips of Ron.
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Re: Doubts from Sc tips Of Ron [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2012, 11:49
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1. Myth of "One of.."
1. One of the X's that/who <plural>
2. One of the X's <singular>
3. Only one of the X's <singular>
4. Only one of the X's that/who <plural>
5. The only one of the X's that/who <singular>

Whether the above mentioned forms of One are correct.

I found these reading through SC tips of Ron.


All forms are correct. This is in Aristotle SC book as well .
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Re: Doubts from Sc tips Of Ron [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2012, 12:27
Can anyone pls eval if the below is wrong or right.

1. One of the X's that/who <plural>

eg:- One of the name's that Mark (has/have) taken is of Tom

As per the rule mentioned above it should be have
but i think it is has

Had it been
One of the many name's that Mark (has/have) taken is of Tom

than answer would be have

Pls correct me
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Re: Doubts from Sc tips Of Ron [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2012, 12:51
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Archit143 wrote:
1. Myth of "One of.."
1. One of the Xs that/who Some plural verb that modifies X Singular verb that modifies "One"
2. One of the Xs Singular verb that modifies one
3. Only one of the Xs Singular verb that modifies one
4. Only one of the Xs that/who Some plural verb that modifies X
5. The only one of the Xs that/who Only singular verb

Whether the above mentioned forms of One are correct.

I found these reading through SC tips of Ron.


All forms are correct. This is in Aristotle SC book as well .


Edited your original post.
Now you can resolve your paradox.
Hope thats clear.
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Re: Doubts from Sc tips Of Ron [#permalink] New post 17 Oct 2013, 03:33
Hey Marcab,

Its not clear to me please explain with examples.

Marcab wrote:
RJSPO wrote:
Archit143 wrote:
1. Myth of "One of.."
1. One of the Xs that/who Some plural verb that modifies X Singular verb that modifies "One"
2. One of the Xs Singular verb that modifies one
3. Only one of the Xs Singular verb that modifies one
4. Only one of the Xs that/who Some plural verb that modifies X
5. The only one of the Xs that/who Only singular verb

Whether the above mentioned forms of One are correct.

I found these reading through SC tips of Ron.


All forms are correct. This is in Aristotle SC book as well .


Edited your original post.
Now you can resolve your paradox.
Hope thats clear.
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Re: Doubts from Sc tips Of Ron   [#permalink] 17 Oct 2013, 03:33
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