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single or plural?

Postby reach » Sun Aug 09, 2009 1:50 am

Are these below single nouns or plural nouns?

One and a half days (is or are)
one day and a half (is or are)
one day and a half day (is or are)

A half and a hahf (is or are)
A half and one third (is or are)
a half and two third (is or are)

one point one (is or are).

I am looking forward to your reply. thank you.

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Re: single or plural?

Postby Alan » Wed Aug 12, 2009 1:08 am

Anything greater than one is plural, thus one-and-a-half days (etc.) ARE...

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