With special focus on.. the latter/last three?

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Haridian_

Senior Member
Spanish - Spain
Hello everybody:

I am trying to write a resume in English, but I am not sure whether I have used "latter" correctly or not in the following phrase:

"Experience in translating audiovisual, literary, scientific, medical, technical, and economic texts, with special focus on the latter three."

Would it be better to use "last" instead?

Any help would be greatly appreciated =).​
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    I would say 'last'. I use latter when I am comparing two things.
    You don't really have two groups here, but six individual things.
     
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