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Should I use 'have' or 'has' for the following sentence?

I hope you and your class has a great day.

I hope you and your class have a great day.

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I hope you and your class have a great day.

Use "have" as it is, in your sentence, you and your class which refers to your classmates implicitly.

Thus, you have two entities that the main verb (have) refers to, they are:

  • one individual which are you

  • and a group of people which are your class

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