The new Christmas card [along with / together with] the letter has to be sent out.
When I was writing a short message to my little sister, I came up with a few questions:
- If I use "has", does this imply that the new Christmas card and the letter will be put into the same envelope?
- If I use "have", does this imply that the new Christmas card and the letter will be sent out separately?
- Are along with and together with interchangeable?
- What if I rewrite the above sentence this way?
The new Christmas card and the letter have to be put together into same envelope before sending them out.