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Guest:"There have been several shootings overnight", or, "There has been several shootings overnight."
Which one? Please explain why.
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evatuckytaAccording to my opinion, the best one is have been, because the the noun is several shootings, so you have to choose the plural form.- i concur
Anonymous:there have been several shooting last night
because there is a there in the begining of a sentence the verbs follows what comes after i( several shootings )
There have been several shootings overnight.
There were several shootings last night.
Please note that sentences are incorrect if they do not start with a capital and end with appropriate punctuation.
Best wishes, clive
Anonymous:Kindly answer this as well. Your training period has been extended / your training period have been extended.
I think 'has been' is right but I am confused. So kindly explain the answer as well.
AnonymousYour training period has been extended / your training period have been extended.You need to use "has been", because "your training period" is singular, and so you need a singular verb.
How about these:
1. Please be advised that these bookings have been/has been amended according to your request.
can anyone please tell me which one is correct and why.
2. Who have/has the sexiest body?
(if incase I am refering to number of people in a photo) ('',?? thanks!
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