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    Her innocence combined with knowledge simplify or simplifies?

    Hello, I found this phrase somewhere on the Internet "Her innocence combined with knowledge gained in the Faculty of Medical Engineering simplify the transition between technical and human part." and I was wondering whether it should be "simplfies" instead of "simplify". Is her "innocence combined with knowledge" a plural or singular subject?
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    Re: Her innocence combined with knowledge simplify or simplifies?

    It is singular. Use "simplifies".

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