What ,singular or plural, verb should we use when the subject of a sentence is two uncountable nouns?
Select the correct ones please.
Q1. Keep the flowerpot in such a place where sufficient sunlight and air is/are present.
Q2. The sugar and salt dissolves/dissolve in water.
Q3. Milk and meat is/are a very important resource/resources of our food.
Q4. Wool, silk and leather comes/come from animals.
Q5. Cotton, rubber and wood comes/come from plants.
Q6. Glass, plastic, paper and steel is/are materials which is/are made from other materials.
Q7. Wool, silk, and cotton is/are used to make clothes.
Last edited by Dawood Usmani; 03-Mar-2008 at 08:02.
Re: uncountable nouns
Even though uncountable in themselves, you have multiple substances.
Originally Posted by dawoodusmani
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