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Should I use "one of" before a plural noun?
Writing one of before a plural noun is unnecessarily wordy. 'One of the + noun' and 'one + noun' have the same meaning, so you should go with the simpler version.
- Original: One of the girls went to the store.
- Rewrite: One girl went to the store.