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When an active tooth in the shark s jaws is lost or worn

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When an active tooth in the shark s jaws is lost or worn [#permalink] New post 08 Apr 2012, 15:04
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When an active tooth in the shark’s jaws is lost or worn down, many spare teeth lie in seemingly limitless reserve, each of which are ready to slide into the appropriate position.

A. When an active tooth in the shark’s jaws is lost or worn down, many spare teeth lie in seemingly limitless reserve, each of which are ready to slide into the appropriate position.
B. Whenever an active tooth is lost or worn down, many spare teeth lie in seemingly limitless reserve in the shark’s jaws, which are each ready to slide into the appropriate position.
C. Many spare teeth lie in seemingly limitless reserve in the shark’s jaws, each one of which are ready to slide into the appropriate position when an active tooth is lost or worn down.
D. The many spare teeth lying in seemingly limitless reserve in the shark’s jaws, each one of which is ready to slide into the appropriate position whenever an active tooth is lost or worn down.
E. In the shark’s jaws, many spare teeth lie in seemingly limitless reserve, each one ready to slide into the appropriate position whenever an active tooth is lost or worn down.




Each one of which VS Each of which

1. I found someone said that "each of which/each one of which mean the same thing. The addition of one perhaps strengthens the fact that it is every one but it does make for an ugly construction. However both are wordy and could be replaced by a simple each." ---- > Is this correct?

2. Each of which IS or Are?

3. Each one of which IS or Are?
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Re: GWD #2 V 33 [#permalink] New post 08 Apr 2012, 18:04
For subject-verb agreement:

Each of which is

Each one of which is

I think the "each" refers to a single tooth, so the verb should be singular
Re: GWD #2 V 33   [#permalink] 08 Apr 2012, 18:04
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