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In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2

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In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2 only or acting as a combined modifier for noun1 and noun2 together?
<noun1> and <noun2>, <modifier>, blah //non-essential
<noun1> and <noun2> <modifier> , blah //essential

e.g.
Ram and Shyam, who are/is going to the market, have done their homework.
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Re: In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2 [#permalink] New post 13 Sep 2012, 05:49
catfreak wrote:
In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2 only or acting as a combined modifier for noun1 and noun2 together?
<noun1> and <noun2>, <modifier>, blah //non-essential
<noun1> and <noun2> <modifier> , blah //essential

e.g.
Ram and Shyam, who are/is going to the market, have done their homework.



This looks to be a valid concern. Can some expert please comment on this. Thanks...
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Re: In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2 [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 02:24
catfreak wrote:
In the following structure, the modifier is modifying noun2 only or acting as a combined modifier for noun1 and noun2 together?
<noun1> and <noun2>, <modifier>, blah //non-essential
<noun1> and <noun2> <modifier> , blah //essential

e.g.
Ram and Shyam, who are/is going to the market, have done their homework.



Ram and Shyam, who is going to the market, have done their homework. --> In this case, the modifier "WHO" is modifying only noun 2
Ram and Shyam, who are going to the market, have done their homework.--> In this case, the modifier "WHO" is modifying both Noun1 & noun 2

Both of the above uses are correct.

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