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  1. thedaffodils's Avatar
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    The goods is / are ready.

    Hi,

    A: The goods is ready.

    B: The goods are ready.


    If I want to notify the customer that the PO is ready to ship out. Which one is correct above? If neither of them is correct, could you correct it?

    Thank you!

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    Re: The goods is / are ready.

    I don't what "the goods" are, but a plural verb is needed -- are.

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