From these three photographs, which style of dressing do you identify with most?
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I prefer the style of dressing in the first photograph. The picture with at least 5 dresses.
I prefer the style of dressing in the first photograph: the picture that shows_at least_five dresses.
1. While usually you can add the suffix "-ing" to a verb and make it a noun, here the proper word to use is "dress". The phrases "manner of dress"/ "style of dress" are oft-used.
2. "in" should be used because "of" suggests, literally, that what pleases you is the photograph itself and not what the photograph portrays.
3. "This picture with..." is not a complete sentence because there is not verb. You can add a verb, as I did, and either have it stand alone, or use a colon to unite it to the previous sentence. I used a colon because it makes the statement more fluid.
4. You don't need commas to separate "at least".
5. It is generally accepted that numbers that contain only one word when written out (five, ten, twenty) should be written out, while numbers containing more than one word when written (twenty-one, thirty-five) should be expressed with the number symbol.
Good work, your answers in general seem to be in a higher league than most non-native speakers.
I prefer the style of dressing shown in the first photograph. This photograph with, at least, 5 dresses.
Very good, Sallyyy!