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Which are correct:

1) Whichever of you hand in a flawless paper will get an A.

2) Whichever of you hands in a flawless paper will get an A.

3) Whichever ones of you hand in a flawless paper will get an A.

4) Any one of you who hands in a flawless paper will get an A.

5) Whichever student hands in a flawless paper will get an A.

6) Whichever students hand in a flawless paper will get an A.

Which can be used instead of

a) Those of you/those students who hand in a flawless paper will get an A.

In other words, which can be used when more than one person might hand in a flawless paper?

Gratefully,

Navi

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