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    Can you say: Hanging out with family and friends sounds fun to me.

    Can you say:

    Catching up with family and friends sounds like a pretty good time to me.

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    Catching up with family and friends sound like a pretty good time to me.

    Should it be sounds or sound?

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    Re: Can you say: Hanging out with family and friends sounds fun to me.

    Not a teacher
    "Hanging out with family and friends" is a singular subject so the first sentence is right to me.

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    Re: Can you say: Hanging out with family and friends sounds fun to me.

    That's right — and so is 'Catching up with family and friends'.

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