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    correct verb

    Which of these sentences is grammatically correct?

    What two colours is this jacket?

    What two colours are this jacket?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: correct verb

    We usually just say 'What colour is this jacket?', even if it's multicoloured. In your sentence I would also use "is". (the emphasis is on 'jacket')
    'What (two) colours are on your (jacket)(flag)?' is correct. (the emphasis is on 'colours')

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