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I don't know which sentence is grammatically correct.

1 or 2 friends is enough.

or

1 or 2 friends are enough.

  • 1 or 2 friends is enough.

  • 1 or 2 friends are enough.

I don't know which sentence is grammatically correct.

1 or 2 friends is enough.

or

1 or 2 friends are enough.

I don't know which sentence is grammatically correct.

  • 1 or 2 friends is enough.

  • 1 or 2 friends are enough.

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pls help me, I'm confusedI don't know which sentence is grammatically correct?.

1 or 2 friends is enough.

"1 or 2 friends is enough" or "1 or 2 friends are enough"

1 or 2 friends are enough.

pls help me, I'm confused which sentence is grammatically correct?

"1 or 2 friends is enough" or "1 or 2 friends are enough"

I don't know which sentence is grammatically correct.

1 or 2 friends is enough.

or

1 or 2 friends are enough.

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"1 or 2 friends is enough" or "1 or 2 friends are enough"

pls help me, I'm confused which sentence is grammatically correct?

"1 or 2 friends is enough" or "1 or 2 friends are enough"