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    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" counts as a work of charity.

    or

    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" count as a work of charity.

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    Re: verb

    Quote Originally Posted by davidw55555
    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" counts as a work of charity.

    or

    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" count as a work of charity.
    One act: For him, this one general act counts as.... (OK)
    Two acts: For him, these two separate acts count as.... (OK)

    All the best,

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    Re: verb

    Quote Originally Posted by davidw55555
    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" counts as a work of charity.

    or

    For him, to rebuke Joe as “arrogant” and to rebuke Paul as "proud" count as a work of charity.
    Since there are two rebukes, I would use "count" and "works of charity".

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