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Should it be "I have read a lot of the blog posts you wrote" or "I have read a lot of blog posts you wrote"?

I guess I can also say "I have read a lot of your blog posts"?

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  • The first and third sentences mean exactly the same thing. The third sentence is the most natural of the three. The second sentence is odd and has a slightly different meaning, but I can't quite put my finger on it
    – gotube
    Jan 6, 2022 at 6:30

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I have read a lot of the blog posts you wrote

This sounds perfectly normal to me.

I have read a lot of blog posts you wrote

This is grammatical, however, when spoken, it sounds, at least to me, as if it's lacking something. You can either add the definite article before "blog posts" or add the relative pronoun "that"/"which" after "blog posts". But that's just my personal preference.

I have read a lot of your blog posts

This also sounds perfectly normal to me.

Unfortunately, I don't have any other sources other than my ears.

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