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Case A ---> The doctrine applies in Canada, where there

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Case A --->
The doctrine applies in Canada, where there is a federal law and a provincial law that are each valid and consistent.

Case B --->
lets say the sentence was
The doctrine applies in Canada, where there is rain and fire that are each valid and consistent.

the verb "is" after where in Case A and Case B, would they be
1 -- Case A is, Case B are
2 -- Case A are, Case B are
3 -- Case A is, Case B is
4 -- Case A are, Case B is


Would the verb depend on the subject if they are count and non-count ?

I saw an excellent discussion on "what is", so i felt maybe i can get some funda on where
Case A ---> The doctrine applies in Canada, where there   [#permalink] 21 Nov 2004, 17:15
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