Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Bin' started by Ryzza5, Sep 15, 2015.
Which of the above sentences is grammatically correct in your mind?
The second one is the logical choice. After all, you would say 'Our team is great', or 'Our group is ready'. And that's what spell checker suggests with staff. It just sounds weird.
I have it vice versa, but I'm not a native English speaker...
I chose second but I change my mind, the first one is the more accurate.
So I vote first even though I voted second
mod edit - updated poll to reflect this
turnip is almost as valid according to the results.
Seeing as we're voting about the staff I said 'Turnip.' as it accurately reflects you guys. As for between the two main sentences I would have thought the first was the correct choice, the second sounds wrong with 'is' imo. However I am quite a moron when it comes to grammar and punctuation.
Depends on the context I think, if you're referring to the staff as one entity doing something as a team then I think it would be "is", if you're referring to the staff as a group of individuals (the staff are all doing various jobs before the restaurant opens) that aren't really working in groups then I think it's are.
I voted turnip.
Has no one googled yet?
1st link that popped up on Google
Does this mean i was right?
What Mike said is basically what I was thinking.
I guess yes.
Ryan did not give us enough context.
I'm just happy that 5 of you think we're fantastic
It seems no-one here has watched the WAN Show before either.
I watch the WAN show every week and I have no idea what you are talking about.
Vote for Turnip | Teespring