value as singular



Which one of the following is correct

a) Pockets of values

b) Pocket of value


Can I use (b)? Although I'm inclined to say (a) is correct, but just wondering whether (b) is not wrong either.

values countable asked Sep 08 '12 at 09:10 ZL Mia New member

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Pocket of values seems to be fine with me.

link answered Sep 08 '12 at 15:35 sanjay Expert

sorry what I meant was both the use of pockets here are plural(a) pockets of values (b) pockets of value but I wasn't sure whether it should be followed by a plural too (values or value). but yes, I think I'm going with (a). Thanks.

ZL MiaSep 09 '12 at 00:33

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