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    motivate or motivates

    Such growth stories motivate us and our partners to achieve more.

    Should it be motivate or motivates?

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    Re: motivate or motivates

    What is the subject of the verb? Is the subject singular or plural?

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    Re: motivate or motivates

    Thanks for the reply. Plural...

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