that | those + of

that | those + of

Point 103 in the category of PRONOUNS/demonstratives is defined as:

‘THAT OF’, ‘THOSE OF’ as a possessive form, in formal and professional contexts.

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that|those of * * *

1 THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE 15147
2 THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE 11948
3 THOSE OF US WHO ARE 9479
4 THOSE OF YOU WHO DO 7900
5 THOSE OF US WHO HAVE 6961
6 THOSE OF US IN THE 3262
7 THOSE OF US WHO DO 3148
8 THOSE OF YOU WHO WANT 2787
9 THOSE OF YOU THAT ARE 2647
10 THOSE OF YOU THAT HAVE 2405
11 THOSE OF YOU THAT DO 1713
12 THOSE OF US WHO LIVE 1530
13 THOSE OF US WHO WERE 1511
14 THAT OF THE UNITED STATES 1506
15 THOSE OF YOU WHO LIKE 1495
16 THOSE OF YOU WHO MAY 1317
17 THOSE OF YOU WHO KNOW 1312
18 THOSE OF US THAT ARE 1236
19 THOSE OF US WHO WANT 1194
20 THOSE OF YOU LOOKING FOR 1175
21 THOSE OF YOU WHO WERE 1111
22 THOSE OF US WHO LOVE 1097
23 THOSE OF YOU IN THE 1037
24 THOSE OF YOU INTERESTED IN 976
25 THOSE OF US WHO WORK 959
26 THOSE OF YOU NOT FAMILIAR 939
27 THOSE OF US THAT HAVE 929
28 THOSE OF US ON THE 835

29 THOSE OF YOU UNFAMILIAR WITH 830

For those of you unfamiliar with the joys of cow digestion, cows chew, then they swallow, then they regurgitate it back up and chew it again.

30 THOSE OF US WHO LIKE 829
31 THOSE OF YOU OUT THERE 815
32 THOSE OF YOU WHO LOVE 812
33 THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVENT 799
34 THOSE OF YOU WITH A 774
35 THOSE OF YOU LOOKING TO 763
36 THAT OF THE REST OF 740
37 THOSE OF YOU WHO THINK 740
38 THOSE OF YOU WHO DID 736
39 THOSE OF YOU WHO ‘VE 731
40 THOSE OF YOU WHO WOULD 685
41 THOSE OF YOU FAMILIAR WITH 681
42 THOSE OF YOU WHO FOLLOW 659
43 THOSE OF YOU WHO PREFER 641
44 THOSE OF US WHO KNOW 636
45 THOSE OF YOU WHO MIGHT 636
46 THOSE OF US WITH A 628
47 THOSE OF YOU WHO USE 604
48 THOSE OF THE UNITED STATES 582
49 THOSE OF US WHO CAN 582
50 THOSE OF US WHO GREW 575
51 THOSE OF YOU WHO READ 571
52 THOSE OF US THAT DO 562
53 THOSE OF YOU WHO LIVE 554
54 THOSE OF US WHO USE 553
55 THAT OF THE GENERAL POPULATION 549
56 THOSE OF YOU WHO MISSED 523
57 THOSE OF US WHO HAD 511
58 THOSE OF YOU WHO NEED 509
59 THOSE OF US LIVING IN 504
60 THOSE OF US WHO BELIEVE 499
61 THOSE OF YOU WHO ALREADY 468
62 THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN 454
63 THOSE OF THE AUTHOR AND 447
64 THOSE OF YOU WHO ENJOY 445
65 THOSE OF US WHO DID 442
66 THOSE OF YOU THAT WANT 440
67 THOSE OF US WHO ‘VE 428
68 THOSE OF US WHO NEED 424
69 THOSE OF YOU NEW TO 418
70 THOSE OF THE AUTHORS AND 394
71 THAT OF THE SUN . 386
72 THOSE OF OTHERS . 375
73 THOSE OF YOU WANTING TO 375
74 THOSE OF US WHO ENJOY 363
75 THOSE OF YOU WHO WISH 360
76 THOSE OF US LUCKY ENOUGH 345
77 THOSE OF US TRYING TO 335
78 THAT OF OTHERS . 333
79 THOSE OF YOU WHO CA 333
80 THOSE OF YOU WHO STILL 329
81 THOSE OF US WHO PREFER 328
82 THOSE OF US WHO WOULD 321
83 THOSE OF YOU WHO JUST 314
84 THOSE OF YOU WHO WILL 309
85 THOSE OF US WHO CA 302
86 THOSE OF US WHO STILL 301
87 THOSE OF THE REST OF 294
88 THOSE OF US WHO KNEW 284
89 THOSE OF YOU ON THE 281
90 THOSE OF THE AUTHOR . 280
91 THOSE OF YOU READING THIS 279
92 THOSE OF US WHO CARE 278
93 THOSE OF YOU WHO REMEMBER 278
94 THAT OF THE EARTH . 270
95 THOSE OF YOU THAT KNOW 269
96 THAT OF THE SUN , 267
97 THOSE OF THE PAST . 267
98 THAT OF A MAN WHO 264
99 THOSE OF US WHO JUST 263
100 THOSE OF US OLD ENOUGH 260


B2 vocabulary: unfamiliar


More examples:

 

There is also the question of images that the words create in the translator’s mind and that of the author.

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In many languages, this standard form came to be considered the only proper one,

despite being derived from just one of many spoken varieties, usually that of the people in power.

(more context)

 

For those of us who struggled in high school, groaning if the English teacher mentioned the word essay, take heart.

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