The great philosopher and poet are dead.

 

is it correct or not?

 

 i refer if it is in subject verb agreement.

if  philosopher and poet refer to the same person.... then it is incorrect

if they r different  then it is correct

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it is correct

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correct

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correct :D

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no its not

they refer to the same person

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if it is

the great philosopher and the poet are dead

its correct

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the great philosopher and poet is dead

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yes they are dead and all philosophers history also shows it u can find it in library also

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correct

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sorry its wrong

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It is right

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no the correct answer is "is"

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 No, it is not right. The correct sentence is, "The great philosopher and poet is dead." We say 'is' because 'philosopher' and 'poet' refer both to one single person. So, when the subject is singular, the verb is also singular.

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 No, it is not right. The correct sentence is, "The great philosopher and poet is dead." We say 'is ' because 'philosopher ' and 'poet ' refer both to one single person. So, when the subject is singular, the verb is also singular.

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No,it is not correct.The correct sentence is "The great philosopher and poet is dead."
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that's wrong....poet and philosopher refer to the same person...
the correct sentence is: The great philosopher and poet is dead.
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It is not "are" because here the subject refers to one person ' the great philosopher and poet '.....If the subject was "the great philosopher and the poet "then it will be  "are"....
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Incorrect
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 No, it is not right. The correct sentence is, "The great philosopher and poet is dead." We say 'is' because 'philosopher' and 'poet' refer both to one single person. So, when the subject is singular, the verb is also singular.

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    No it's not correct
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    No it is not correct because here philosopher and poet are same person. So it will be "The great philosopher and poet is dead."
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