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10-25-2012, 06:34 PM
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'kids' is not the subject of the sentence, it's 'none'. So what matters is whether the interpretation of 'none' is 'not one' (singular) or 'not any' (plural). It appears it can go either way.
This is how you need we need some ********ng hockey back on! We've resorted to discussing semantics/grammer in depth!
Grammar rules say it can be either, but it should be "are" for syntax and stylistic reasons.
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