English grammar

ex) I love it.

'Love it' is pronounced as a linking sound.

'Love it' are pronounced as a linking sound.

'Love' and 'it' are pronounced as a linking sound.

'Love' and 'it' is pronounced as a linking sound.
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Which ones are correct? Do I have to use a singular verb or plural verb?

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  1. I think the first and third one are correct.

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    posted by Jeremy
  2. The first is best; the third is OK. The others are incorrect. You're right!

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