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Should it be:

There are a number of reasons why I don't like him.

Or

There are a numbers of reasons that I don't like him.

?

Both sentences sound well but I am confused, are both correct? When to use that or why after "reason" in such sentences?

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  • Both options are correct with little or no difference in meaning. Both are omissible too: "There are a number of reasons I don't like him". May 7, 2019 at 5:27
  • @user178049 it means above-mentioned sentences would be correct, even if we don't add why/that
    – Pradeep
    May 7, 2019 at 8:17

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The best choice would be:

There are a number of reasons why I don't like him.

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