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  1. Stagooton
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    Question Want/Wants, has/have

    Can you please tell me which sentence is correct?

    1. One of my friends wants to come with us tonight.

    2. One of my friends want to come with us tonight.


    1. Neither the President nor the Senators have found a solution.

    2. Neither the President nor the Senators has found a solution.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Want/Wants, has/have

    Quote Originally Posted by Stagooton View Post

    1. One of my friends wants to come with us tonight.





    2. Neither the President nor the Senators has found a solution.
    I would say but I'm not a teacher.

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    Re: Want/Wants, has/have

    With the neither/nor, use the second noun to form the agreement.

    One... wants... is correct,but for the second one, use "have."

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    Re: Want/Wants, has/have

    Thanks for your clarification. I knew about this once but now it's gone...

    Poor me...

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