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1.When are you having Jamie's surprise party?

I am not sure if 'you' is the complete subject or if it is 'Jamie's surprise party'.

2.John and Nicole washes the dishes.
A Sentence is correct
B. 'Washes' should be changed to'wash in order to make the subject and verb agree
C. Averb usually agrees with its subject in number
D. Sentence needs a helping verb

B

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asked by lizzie
  1. #1 - The verb is "are having" -- is the surprise party having anything?

    #2 - Yes, B.

  2. You is then the subject?

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  3. Right.

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