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I want to say:  "A seasonal favorite of white chocolate, dark chocolate, and candy cane," using chocolate once and acknowledging three separate candies.       (a) Incorrect: "A seasonal favorite of white and dark chocolate, and candy cane."  -- implies that white and dark chocolate are swirled together or somehow make up one candy.   (b) "A seasonal favorite of white-, and dark-chocolate, and candy cane."  Accurate use of compound modifier? Clarifying three separate candies?   (c)  A seasonal favorite of white and dark chocolates, and candy cane."  Accurate usage of plural to clarify three separate candies?   (d) anything else??

grammar Usage asked Dec 04 '13 at 17:53 JP New member

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