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His conduct and character is good
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'[Two things] are good.'
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Both indicating to the same person. Is is suitable.
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Book reference Wren and Martin.

Example: The secretary and treasurer is absent. (Means both secretary and treasurer is a single(same) person).
Like wise conduct and character is good.

Correct me if I'm still wrong.
"His conduct and character is good". Using is in the sentence instead of are is correct,because the subject gives one specific idea of a particular person.
dwithun "His conduct and character is good". Using is in the sentence instead of are is correct,because the subject gives one specific idea of a particular person.

Not this time. It simply sounds wrong to the native ear. The two things have to be much more closely related to construe the pair as singular, and the learner should err on the side of plural.

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anonymousIt simply sounds wrong to the native ear.

I have a native ear, and I didn't think it sounded so bad. Emotion: smile

But I'd change 'is' to 'are' anyway.

CJ

His conduct and character were good

anonymous

His conduct and character were good.

As shown.

CJ

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