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"Grammatical number" is a grammatical category of nouns, pronouns, adjective and verb agreement that expresses count distinctions.

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The sentence is as follows: The number of potatoes they each peeled would be recorded. I know that something plural like "have" should go after "they each", but why not numbers in this case? If …
asked Aug 22 '16 by HUN
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I have an assignment that is 30 percent of my grade. Would my teacher say This task counts toward 30 percent of you guys' grades or you guys' grade? And why? [EDIT includes minor corrections] …
asked Aug 21 '16 by HUN