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subject verb agreement (?)
which is correct "there have been no problems" or "there has been no problems?"
there Has Been no 0 votes, asked Feb 19 by Romnee Clark
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'No' + [Plural noun] + [verb]: ambiguous meaning?
I am wondering if the following sentence has an ambiguous meaning: "No hugs are better than homework." Here are two ...
plural no ambiguity 0 votes, asked Nov 30 '14 by anon445
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Have been no confusion
I got below question in a letter. I would like to be 100% sure to understand the question before answering...
have Been no 0 votes, asked Jan 07 '14 by Amilcar
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