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About one-third of the BIOLOGY CLASS STUDENTS have / has GPAs above 3.0
I asked the above question against the background that "class" is a non-count noun, an so, the correct verb should be "has." However, the presence of "students" seem to drift my opinion to "have."
Any take on this, please?
in quantities the verb always takes the form of the object of the prepositional phrase, in this sentence that would be BIOLOGY CLASS STUDENTS Biology Class is acting as an adjective and the students is the object, students is plural therefore HAVE is the right choice. hope this helps. _________________
well if you are talking about the second question that he asked then I dont think there is any grammatical error in it but probably the sentence itself does not make sense, because it should be one-third of the biology class has a gpa ...... but for ron explanation he said "one out of three students" that's different. _________________
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