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    a couple

    do we consider the word couple as plural or singular noun? in other words, does it take a plural or a singular verb?

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    Re: a couple

    Quote Originally Posted by sana22 View Post
    do we consider the word couple as plural or singular noun? in other words, does it take a plural or a singular verb?
    It can be either.

    see here

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