usage: good intent
which is correct: "I have a good intention" or "I have good intentions"? what makes one correct and the other wrong?
Both of your sentences are considered correct in grammar. It depends on how you want to say it. When you say you have a good intention, it simply means you only have one firm intention. The word ''intention'' can be either plural or singular in sentences.
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