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    Verb to be

    Dear Sir, 1. Henry, together with/as well as/along with his friend, (was/ were) jogging in the park.2. There (is/are) some fish, some bread and a bottle of wine on the table. Please tell me which is the appropriate verb to be - was or were; is or are that fits the sentence. Thank you.

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    Re: Verb to be

    Quote Originally Posted by summer paris View Post
    Dear Sir, 1. Henry, together with/as well as/along with his friend, (was/ were) jogging in the park.2. There (is/are) some fish, some bread and a bottle of wine on the table. Please tell me which is the appropriate verb to be - was or were; is or are that fits the sentence. Thank you.
    1. was
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