subject verb agreement


should this read as is or should "accomplish" be "accomplishes"?

See example:

Two pedaling in tandem accomplish more than one.
asked Jul 05 '11 at 18:38 Candace Kramer New member

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You have the verb right, but you are missing some commas.


Two, pedaling in tandem, accomplish more than one.

link comment answered Jul 05 '11 at 23:44 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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