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# singular and plural

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04 Aug 2009, 14:40
"of the substances that" must be followed by a plural or by a singular verb?

I always doubt with this...

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06 Aug 2009, 20:01
if it said "each" of the substances that... then it should be singular. Each ____ is always singular. Same if it was "one" of the substances that...

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