Weboptify Asked: October 2, 20212021-10-02T06:55:29+05:30 2021-10-02T06:55:29+05:30In: LanguageWhat should I say, “Which of the following…” or “Which of the followings…”?What should I say, “Which of the following…” or “Which of the followings…”?english 1 AnswerVotedOldestRecent Anonymous 2021-10-02T06:56:59+05:30Added an answer on October 2, 2021 at 6:56 am Answer:I’m glad you asked! The word which is something that means “of which one.” As in, giving your opinion on which boy you like best. So for this sentence, it does not matter what order they are in. You can use both phrases. However, if it’s more than two choices then Which of the following would sound better.Example:Rodney “Which of the following do you prefer?”John “I like A, B and C.”Rodney “That’s weird. I was thinking more along the lines of D, E and F.”0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Featured image Select file Browse Add a Video to describe the problem better. Video type YoutubeVimeoDailymotionFacebook Choose from here the video type. Video ID Put Video ID here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs Ex: "sdUUx5FdySs". Answer Anonymously Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Questions Which sentence is correct, “Did you go to school” or “Did you went to school”?