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hirashin

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Dear native English speakers,
which one sounds right?

(a) You need great skill to play in a professional team.
(b) You need a great skill to play in a professional team.
(c) You need great skills to play in a professional team.

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(a) You meed great skill to play in a professional team.
(b) You meed a great skill to play in a professional team.
(c) You meed great skills to play in a professional team.
(a) You meed great skill to play in a professional team. O
(b) You meed a great skill to play in a professional team. X
(c) You meed great skills to play in a professional team. O

A and C are both okay,.
 

hirashin

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Thanks, Buntaro.
Sorry. There were typos. I mean "You need" in each sentence. I've edited them.
 

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Unfortunately we lost the 'agree' button but anyway I agree with Buntaro.
 

hirashin

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Do you say either "play in a professional team" or "play in a professional team"?
 

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Woops. I mean
Do you say either "play in a professional team" or "play on a professional team"?
 

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"play on" sounds more natural to me but "play in" is ok.
 
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