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    hatgray is offline Member
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    Almost none of the pie was vs were

    Almost none of the pie was eaten.

    Almost none of the pie eaten.

    Almost none of the cake was eaten.

    Almost none of the cake were eaten

    Almost none of them is/are going to the party?


    Are all of these correct?

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    Re: Almost none of the pie was vs were

    Quote Originally Posted by hatgray View Post
    Almost none of the pie was eaten.

    Almost none of the pie eaten.

    Almost none of the cake was eaten.

    Almost none of the cake were eaten. ("Almost none of the cakes were eaten" would be correct.)
    See above for the first four. Please start a new thread for the final question, about people going to a party. You'll see why when you do.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 10-Sep-2017 at 17:30.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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