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  1. RoseSpring's Avatar
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    #1

    Has\Have

    The minister, as well as the guards, has\ have gone for a jog.

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    Re: Has\Have

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseSpring View Post
    The minister, as well as the guards, has gone for a jog.
    '...as well as the guards' can be omitted - leaving 'The minister has gone for a jog'.

    Alternatively, you can say 'The minister and the guards have gone for a jog'.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: Has\Have

    *Not a teacher

    The other way around would be: 'Neither the minister nor the guards HAVE gone for a jog'.

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