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Take a look at the following sentences.
(1) My brother wanted to be a teacher and I wanted be one too.
(2) My brothers wanted to be teachers and we wanted to be ones too.
Is (2) correct?
If not, why not? The plural form "ones" always needs a determiner "the". Is this it?
We just tell the students this rule?