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comment Singular verb for two subjects?
From the "possible duplicates", the first two are (rather obviously) different from my question, and the answers to the third are somewhat inconclusive. It would be a good thing if questions are judged as being duplicates based on their content, rather than merely their title.
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comment Singular verb for two subjects?
Thanks for the answer!
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comment Singular verb for two subjects?
Yes, I was curious and found your discussion on the matter: english.stackexchange.com/questions/95513/….
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comment Singular verb for two subjects?
Thanks, that is a convincing explanation! I had already thought of another example similar to "running and jumping", although I am quite surprised at the "tide and time" case.
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