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    Monies and 'are' or 'is'

    Hi, can soemone tell me which one of the following is right please? I think 'are' because monies is plural (to my understanding), but I'm not certain.

    "Please ensure all monies owed at the next appointment on Wednesday 4th March are taken."
    "Please ensure all monies owed at the next appointment on Wednesday 4th March is taken."

    The above is used when making a note on someone's record to notify a certain department.

    Many thanks

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    Re: Monies and 'are' or 'is'

    Yes, it's plural.

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