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  1. ongetz's Avatar

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    Your Filipino accent and intonation is noticeable.

    Hello~


    Please help me distinguish which exact verb to be used in this statement:

    Your Filipino accent and intonation IS or ARE noticeable.


    Please include your explanation as well..

    Thanks~

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    Re: Your Filipino accent and intonation is noticeable.

    Two subjects joined by "and" = "are"

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    Re: Your Filipino accent and intonation is noticeable.

    Quote Originally Posted by ongetz View Post
    Hello~


    Please help me distinguish which exact verb to be used in this statement:

    Your Filipino accent and intonation IS or ARE noticeable.


    Please include your explanation as well..

    Thanks~
    Your Filipino accent (singular) IS noticeable and your Filipino intonation (singular) IS noticeable.
    These two things (plural) ARE noticeable.
    They (plural) ARE noticeable.

    Therefore: Your Filipino accent and intonation ARE noticeable.

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