Asked in Grammar
Is it correct to say a number of books is required for the course or a number of books are required for the course?
September 11, 2009 8:51PM
In English - the latter; in other languages, such in French or in my language, you should use the singular. In Eng the agreement between Subject and Verb takes into account the meaning of the words, not the form.
Asked in Entertainment & Arts
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Asked in Possessive Nouns
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic
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Asked in Algebra
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Students Dropping or Withdrawing from a Course Undergraduate students who drop or withdraw from a course and do not re-register for the same course within 6 months are required to return all course material issued through the APUS Course Materials Grant. Students must return the course material to MBS at their expense
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