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1. What villemard imagined of the future is all wrong.

2. The thing which villemard imagined of the future is all wrong.

3. The things which villemard imagined of the future are all wrong.

4. All that villemard imagined of the future is all wrong.

5. All that villemard imagined of the future are all wrong.
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Which ones are closest to #1 among them all? Which ones are grammatical and close to #1 in meaning?

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asked by rfvv
  1. Since the artist's name is Villemard, you MUST remember to use the capital letter for his name.

    1. OK

    2. OK, but strange (only one thing??)

    3. OK

    4. OK

    5. OK, but sounds awkward with "are" -- 4 is better.

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