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    Who else + plural form of the verb?

    When we use, 'who else', will it be followed by the singular or the plural form of the verb?

    Who else want it?

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    Who else wants it?

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    Re: Who else + plural form of the verb?

    "Who else wants it." 'Who' is singular.

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    Re: Who else + plural form of the verb?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Who else + plural form of the verb?

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