ONE OF …


ONE OF my friend woke up at 8.50am… “

That is taken from an essay written by one of my students and it contains a very common error.

Look carefully at what is written after “one of“, then see what I wrote with the same phrase.

It is just one of many examples I can give. Can you now work out what the rule is when using “one of“, giving some examples of your own?


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