What is the correct sentence here?
"The best you've got are your parents."
"The best you've got is your parents."
Invert the sentences to decide which is correct:
'Your parents is the best you've got' or
'Your parents are the best you've got'.
What do you think?
I'm sorry to butt in, but how is the sentence used?
"When you are at a loss for what to do with your kids, the best you've got (...) your parents." (I think I'll leave out the verb for Vibhanu)
Is it used in the right/natural context?
Last edited by tzfujimino; 30-Jun-2013 at 11:28.
I have no idea what the OP meant by "The best you have are your parents". The best what?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Then it should be "The best you've got are your parents? " .Right?
(Sorry for the delayed reply.I completely forgot my this post)
.You need to read all the above replies.
Your parents are the best what?