I'm doing a simple present tense exercise, but I've come across a problem.
Rohan and Sania_______(like) to play card games.
Being native speaker I know that 'like' sounds (and probably is) correct. However, when I was looking at the rules for simple present tense it says that if the subject is singular noun or pronoun then the verb ends in -s. Are Rohan and Sania considered singular nouns? If so, should 'like' not end in -s?