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# Every piece of popcorn and spilled Raisinette on the theater

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Every piece of popcorn and spilled Raisinette on the theater [#permalink]

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26 Mar 2004, 14:58
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Every piece of popcorn and spilled Raisinette on the theater floor (has/have) stuck in the treads of Larry's new Nike running shoes.

Pick the correct verb!

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26 Mar 2004, 15:06
has

"every piece" could be replaced by "one piece"
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26 Mar 2004, 16:17
spilled Raisinette is singular and the verb close ot it should have singular form.

So has is apropriate.

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28 Mar 2004, 21:58
Every piece of popcorn and spilled Raisinette on the theater floor (has/have) stuck in the treads of Larry's new Nike running shoes.

Pick the correct verb!

Have.

2 nouns piece of popcorn and spilled Raisinette are connected using and.

has should be used when the nouns are connected using or and the noun preceding the verb is singular.

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Re: SC - has/have   [#permalink] 28 Mar 2004, 21:58
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