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Which one is correct? Help me, please

 
 
Reply Thu 14 Apr, 2016 03:15 am
There are 2 sentences: 1)It's not white coffee, it's black one. 2) It's not white coffee, it's black. Which one is correct, with word "one" at the end of sentence, or without "one"? Thank you
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Reply Thu 14 Apr, 2016 03:27 am
@helenlight,
The first sentence is incorrect, but only because it lacks indefinite articles. It could be corrected to read: "It's not a white coffee, it's a black one." The second sentence is correct as written.
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Reply Thu 14 Apr, 2016 03:33 am
@Setanta,
Thank you!
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Reply Thu 14 Apr, 2016 03:34 am
You're welcome.
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