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Can I pronounce the word 'potato' (British English) in the same way as 'tomato'? | meaning of "behind barriers of etiquette"
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Check all that apply vs. Check all that applies #1 (permalink) Wed May 21, 2008 16:48 pm   Check all that apply vs. Check all that applies
 

I'm working on a website and I have a few check boxes with different options.

Should it read

"I would consider myself (Check all that apply)"
# Business Traveler
# Leisure Traveler
# Meeting Planner
# Corporate Travel Planner
# Travel Agent

OR

"I would consider myself (Check all that applies)"
# Business Traveler
# Leisure Traveler
# Meeting Planner
# Corporate Travel Planner
# Travel Agent

thanks for your help!
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Check all that apply vs. Check all that applies #2 (permalink) Wed May 21, 2008 18:30 pm   Check all that apply vs. Check all that applies
 

"All" is plural, so it should read, "Check all that apply."
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