I understand that compound subjects when joined with "and" are plural:
- The car and house are for sale.
But what about for the "that/this" preceding the compound subjects?
- That/Those house, car, and street belong to me.
Right now, I'm thinking it should be "those" because of the compound subject "house, car, and street"...but it sounds weird to me in my head also thinking it might be "that" because to refer to the first subject "house."
Also, what about for something like this?
- People will go far in life with (that/those) desire and motivation.
(It's a compound subject "desire and motivation" so grammatically it probably should be "those," but it sounds like it could be "that.")