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    countable or uncountable noun???

    Which one is the right sentence?

    Their food is banana. Or Their food are bananas.

    Please tell me the reason. Thanks a lot!

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    matilda Guest

    Talking Re: countable or uncountable noun???

    your subject is (their food) so (IS) is your proper verb for the sentence

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