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comment “The pair was …” or “the pair were …”
Yes, "pair were" is correct in British English as I understand. (I am American, but living in the UK.) It's the same reason the British say "Chelsea were victorious today in the football match" not "Chelsea was victorious..."
Jun
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answered Referring to past times with “hence”
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answered Superlative + noun + “possible”: why does the adjective come after the noun?
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answered “Will be/would have been home tomorrow”
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answered Is either “can” or “could” more polite?