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hello should I use plural or singular form here? ”Approximately a quarter of public places in our city HAS no amenities for disabled people„

or maybe both ar correct?

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Daisy012

hello should I use plural or singular form here? ”Approximately a quarter of public places in our city HAS no amenities for disabled people„

or maybe both are correct?

places have

With fractions and percents the verb agrees with the noun that follows in the of-phrase.

Two-thirds of the butter is spoiled.
Three-fourths of the children are ready.
Twenty percent of the population suffers from this disease.
Thirty percent of the votes are in favor of the measure.
A quarter of public places have no amenities for the disabled.

CJ

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