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    present or presents

    Which is grammatically correct for this sentence "Credit Suisse in partnership with PSF present or presents the workshop"?

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    Re: present or presents

    Quote Originally Posted by javachips View Post
    Which is grammatically correct for this sentence "Credit Suisse in partnership with PSF present or presents the workshop"?
    "Credit Suisse, in partnership, with PSF, presents/is presenting the workshop"

    "Credit Suisse and their partners PSF present/are presenting the workshop"

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