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Is it correct to say 'The only exception to this is capital letters'? I think it is not, that is why I am asking.
Last edited by bureaucracy; 11-Jul-2013 at 18:13. Reason: an embarassing mistake
Okay. It seems I got all these things confused in my mind. Therefore a question is to be asked: is it correct to say "The only exception to this are capital letters'?
And probably there isn't any explanation which could make it easier to memorize things the way they have to be (of course in this very case)?
Okay. No help needed. 'She are two persons' sounds strange enough compared to "she is two persons".
'The only exception to this is capital letters'
'Capital letters are the only exception to this'.