Come or Comes

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Grab a set of bananas that actually come(s) with peace of mind.

 

Should it be 'come' or 'comes'?

 

Bananas come with...
A set comes with...

 

Does "that" modify it in any way?

come comes asked Mar 11 at 19:18 Serge New member

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Grab a set of bananas that actually comes with peace of mind.

link comment answered Mar 15 at 05:22 Sanjay Contributor
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Sanjay is correct.  'Set' is the subject of the verb and is singular.  'Comes' is the singular form.  The dependent clause starting with 'that' has no bearing on subject-verb agreement.

link answered Mar 15 at 18:27 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

I am being told that "Tires" is the subject and "Set" just modifies tires. (By specifying a number?) Is that a potential way to look at this or is it just flat wrong? If so, why can it not be viewed in this way?

SergeMar 17 at 19:29

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