A master of or " masters" of English

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Hillarious

Senior Member
India - Hindi
Should it be 'a master' or " masters" in the sentence below ?

" Become a master of English".

Please shed light on this.
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    You're speaking to one person, presumably: "Become a master of English."

    It still sounds a little odd, but I've addressed your question.
     

    Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    What meaning of master are you using? Do you mean "a person who speaks English well" or "a person with an MA degree in English"?

    The first one is as Copyright said in #2; the second one requires a change in sentence structure such as: "Obtain a Master's in English".
     
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