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    Grammer Question...

    Hi, dear teachers. I wonder which of the following two sentences is grammatically correct??

    Is platypus and duckbill same thing?
    Are platypus and duckbill same thing?

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    Re: Grammer Question...

    Quote Originally Posted by VividJailbird View Post
    Hi, dear teachers. I wonder which of the following two sentences is grammatically correct??
    First, you must use articles: a platypus, a duckbill, the same thing.
    Are a platypus and a duckbill the same thing?
    Answer: Yes, they are both names for the duck-billed platypus.

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