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I came across a following sentence and got confused with the usage of form of 'to be' with 'each and everyone'
Can you please help me deciding which of the following sentence is grammatically correct?
--Each and everyone who is responsible
--Each and everyone who are responsible
Thanks in advance
I think that should be:
'Each (one) and every one who is responsible.' because you do not have two different people or things on either side of 'and', and 'one' is probably a singular noun.
Each person and every person who is responsible....