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    Nanatuha is offline Junior Member
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    counting something and it's condition

    I've written such sentence one day, and questioned.
    "This item and it's price are very attractive to me."
    Can I count something and exact same thing's condition as plural, can't I? Or is it collectively single?

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    matilda Guest

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    dear Nanatuha

    as you yourself mentioned in your post, you've used AND in your sentence, and that's why your sentence is gramatically correct .You should use PLURAL verb, as you did




    Matilda

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    Nanatuha is offline Junior Member
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    Re: counting something and it's condition

    Thanks matilda, I've wanted to have a confirmation.

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    Re: counting something and it's condition

    Hello Nanatuha

    As Matilda says, it's fine; but you need to change the it's to its:

    1. "This item and its price are very attractive to me."

    MrP

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    Nanatuha is offline Junior Member
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    Re: counting something and it's condition

    Uh-oh, I've mixed them up. Thanks for pointing out.

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