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navi
Posted: Saturday, November 10, 2018 3:21:29 PM
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Which are correct and is there any difference in the meanings:

1) One can serve one or two or three dishes. I think three dishes is best.
2) One can serve one or two or three dishes. I think three dishes is the best.


3) One can serve one or two or three dishes. I think three dishes are best.
4) One can serve one or two or three dishes. I think three dishes are the best.

Gratefully,
Navi
NKM
Posted: Saturday, November 10, 2018 8:12:51 PM

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Only 1) seems correct, normal and logical.

"One can serve one, two or three dishes. I think three [dishes] is best."
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"One can serve one, two or three dishes. I think three is the best choice."

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