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Nobody has/have ever climbed that mountain.

which is correct... plz justify u r answer....
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Nobody has...

You should always use a singular verb with nobody.
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rockstar25Nobody has/have ever climbed that mountain.which is correct... plz justify u r answer..
plz see this example

Has/Have there ever been a war in the United States?
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'Nobody' means no one. It always uses singular verb.

"Nobody has ever climed that mountain."

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rockstar25Nobody has/have ever climbed that mountain.which is correct... plz justify u r answer..
plz see this exampleHas/Have there ever been a war in the United States?

Has there ever been a war in the United States?

If you change this sentence to affirmative, you''ll get

There has been a war in the United States.

Since "war" (singular) is the subject of the sentence you really should use a singular verb.
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"Nobody has ever climbed that mountain" is correct.

"Nobody" requires that the auxiliary verb "has" to be used with it in this sentence. "Has" is used with the the third person singular in the present tense.

Perhaps it will help to consider the meaning of the word "nobody." "Nobody" is a composite of the words "no" and body" and might be better understood here as "no one body." Since you are referring to just one body and because you are doing it in the third person in the present tense you will understand why "nobody" uses the word "has."

P.S. The same would go for "no one" if you were to put it in place of "nobody." Thus, "No one has ever climbed the mountain" would be correct as well since "no one" follows the same rules as "nobody."
Rockstar:

"Has there ever been a war in the United States?"

"Have there ever been wars in the United States?"

Notice the difference?