English is my first language. Irrespective of grammar rules, which is your razor should be accepted...most people would use it and it ought to be accepted.
I answered... "which is your razor?" And it was wrong. How would that be said? Just a different word order?
Well, "Which is your razor?" violates the Pied-piping rule that Wh-movement follows, so it is a bad style English(even if accepted in colloquial parlance), at least as far as I know.
"Which one is your razor?" would be "Która to twoja golarka?".
I see. I didn't realize "which is your razor" (without one) is not correct. English is my second language. Thank you for the reply!
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It does not specify "electric" razer anywhere in the sentence.
It doesn't but they often are. The accepted versions are: razor, shaver, electric razor, electric shaver.
An electric shaving machine should be "maszynka do golenia". I would assume "żyletka" is the most common form of an actual razor.
From what I understand, "żyletka" is "razor blade".