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  1. PaulaC
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    In a sentence should I say

    which have been brought or
    which has been bought


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    EITHER.

    We have no idea from the few words that you give to determine whether the sort of item referred to by 'which' is singular or plural in form, and whether it was brought to a party, or bought at a store.

    Remember, it may be clear in your mind, but without a full sentence for context, it isn't clear to us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulaC View Post
    In a sentence should I say

    which have been brought or
    which has been bought
    Yes, I agree with David. As long as we do not know the context, both are fine.

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