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When adding an answer to a question, which a user has already answered, the user is prompted:

Are you sure you want to add another answer?
You could use the edit link to refine and improve your existing answer, instead.

In this message, it is assumed that the user has only one existing answer.

However, if the user has already answered that question twice or more before, the grammar in the prompt is wrong and would do better with the word "answers".

Are you sure you want to add another answer?
You could use the edit link to refine and improve your existing answers, instead.

Also, since each answer would have a separate edit link (not the edit link), that part may be removed from the prompt shown when answering the same question for third or more time, making the prompt:

Are you sure you want to add another answer?
You could refine and improve your existing answers, instead.

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