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Which one is correct out of the sentences below?

Has your children been to the US ?

or

Have your children been to the US?

  • Please let me reframe it appropriately. Has your children been to the US? or Have your children been to the US? – Bunmi Sep 11 '18 at 9:11
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Adding to Timinycricket's answer, please note that your concern is about subject-verb agreement.

"Has" is the singular form of the verb, while "have" is the plural.

Considering that children is a plural noun, you should use "have", not "has".

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If it is singular then it would be:

Has your child been to the US?

If more than one it would be:

Have your children been to the US?

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