I’m writing this article and there is a sentence in it: “These movies are one of the best movies.”
I spell-checked it, and the website I used said that one should not be used with a plural subject.
Should I omit one?
Two or more things can’t be one of anything. Only one thing can be one of the best. When you make all these movies the subject of your sentence you have to say something like:
Each of these movies is one of the best … OR
These movies are among the best … OR
These movies are some of the best … OR
These movies are three [or however many of them there are] of the best …
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