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    Smile 'Rain never stops'?Or.. 'Rain never stop'?

    'Rain never stop the fun'? Or..'Rain never stops the fun.'?
    please see this sentense.
    -Rain never stop the fun.
    -Rain never stops the fun.
    Which is correct?Both of them?Or, the first?Or, the second?

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    Re: 'Rain never stops'?Or.. 'Rain never stop'?

    'Rain never stops the fun.'

    Rain is singular.

    Rover

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