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comment The mayor as well as his brothers is/are going to prison
Singular or plural verb form where subject includes a “parenthetical” element: english.stackexchange.com/questions/56210/…
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comment Can you explain to my daughter's second grade teacher why this is a complete sentence?
Sounds like a "great" school.
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accepted Publishing a website online: What verb is most natural?
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comment ESL text: “I notice similarities between myself and . . . ”: Acceptable use of reflexive pronoun?
Erik Kowal - Thank you very much for that clear and detailed explanation! Those patterns really help.
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accepted ESL text: “I notice similarities between myself and . . . ”: Acceptable use of reflexive pronoun?
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asked Publishing a website online: What verb is most natural?
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comment What's wrong with 'Bananas are unable to grow in cold countries'?
I asked a related question before: english.stackexchange.com/questions/208102/… Some Japanese teach the grammar "rule" that "is able" cannot be used with inanimate objects.
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reviewed Approve She, as well as I (am/is/are?) tired of the work
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answered More common/informal way of saying “as is the case with…”?
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comment She, as well as I (am/is/are?) tired of the work
JoelAZ, it does sound a bit stilted or unnatural, but would you say that for any sentence with the same structure? How about "Frank, as well as Bob, works on Saturday."
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answered Is “two-Perrier” lunch a businessmen’s buzz word?
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answered She, as well as I (am/is/are?) tired of the work
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asked Respective: Lines connect a circle and two respective squares