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    All but Tom has or have

    All but Tom have been auditioned for the play this morning. I thought with 'all', it should go with 'have'. However, the answer key says 'has'.

    Is the answer key right?

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    Re: All but Tom has or have

    I'd use 'have'. "All have been auditioned but Tom."

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