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    #1

    singular to plural

    Could "everyone", "everybody" be a plural before the word "here" example:

    "Everyone in here has/have money"

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    Re: singular to plural

    No. It is singular.

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    Re: singular to plural

    I can't think of an example where it would be plural.

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