1) He put on a pair of brown shoes, which were waiting there for him.
2) He wore a pair of earphones ,which were plugged into a tape-recorder.
3) She went to the wardrobe, chose a pair of shoes, put them on leaned back in the chair.
4) He brought out a pair of dark glasses and handed them to Walker.
I have a question regarding boldfaced words:
Instead of plural can we use singular ----> was; was; it; it respectively and if so,
is this usage considered to be grammatically correct?
What is the difference between sing. and plural usage?