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    Plural

    These traits and his excellent English make him suitable for foreign studies.

    Not sure if it's either make or makes, makes just sounds better but I'm talking about more things that make 'him' suitable.
    Also, I feel like there could be a better synonym for 'suitable' in this context but can't think of anything else.

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    Re: Plural

    Traits and English are two things. So use the plural form. This and that make.

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