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    Exclamation concord

    Please which is correct to say:
    "how are your mum, dad and baby sister Jenny?"
    Or
    "how is your mum, dad and baby sister Jenny?"

    Thanks.

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    Re: concord

    The first is correct; the second is frequently heard.

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    Re: concord

    Thanks, Riq.

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