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Common English Mistake: In Details Or In Detail

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Created Date: Tue 16 Aug 2011

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Which one is the correct usage: "In Detail" or "In Details"

 

Answer:
In Detail is a correct answer. The following examples show you different ways of using this:
I am trying to make this a detailed explanation.
I am giving you some details in the explanation.
I am explaining it to you in detail.


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