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Is 'a couple of noun. ' a plural or singular? Please correct the sentences below if any. (re-post the questions)

  • That was a couple of good catches.
  • Those were a couple of good catches.
  • A couple of corrections was made to the document.
  • A couple of corrections were made to the document.
  • There is a couple of days to wait.
  • There are a couple of days ot wait.
  • A couple of days is very fast.
  • A couple of days are not fast.


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Treat couple as plural.


  • That was a couple of good catches.
  • Those were a couple of good catches.
  • A couple of corrections was made to the document.
  • A couple of corrections were made to the document.
  • There is a couple of days to wait.
  • There are a couple of days to wait.
  • A couple of days passes quickly
  • A couple of days passes slowly.
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Is 'a couple of noun. ' a plural or singular? Please correct the sentences below if any.

  • That was a couple of good catches.

  • Those were a couple of good catches.

  • A couple of corrections was made to the document.

  • A couple of corrections were made to the document.

  • There is a couple of days to wait.

  • There are a couple of days ot wait.

  • A couple of days is very fast.

  • A couple of days are not fast.
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