Which is correct? :"When the next semester commence..." or "When the next semester commences...".

  • Semester isn't a term that's commonly used in British English are you sure you meant to tag it that way? – KillingTime Jun 24 at 7:58
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    The English law of the preservation of "s". – Hot Licks Jun 24 at 12:21

"When the next semester commences...". = agreement

"When the next semesters commence...". = agreement

"When the next semester commence...". = disagreement

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