the borders of the sahara desert covers over nine million square kilometers. can you write border(s) and cover(s) inone sentence?please help?

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    For a start, the Sahara Desert (note capitals) covers (note singular verb) over nine million square kilometres. The "borders" cover (note plural verb) no area at all, but do change (note plural verb) from time to time in connection with global warming etc.

  • 3 years ago

    LOGIC ERROR. Borders are an edge !! They are a political line with no width. "The Sahara dessert (lol - just messing with you) contains over 9m sq km within its borders." ... or, "The borders surround (stated area)... "

  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    "The BORDERS COVER 9 million sq km." You cannot say "The BORDERS COVERS...."

    However, you can write a sentence that includes both words "borders" and "covers" -- for example:

    "The BORDERS cover 9 million square miles, and sand COVERS most of that area." They are in the same sentence. However, you cannot use the plural subject "borders" as the subject of the singular verb form "covers."

  • 3 years ago

    'The borders of the Sahara cover' would be correct. The subject is 'borders', which is plural, and the plural form of the verb is 'cover'.

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  • Edward
    Lv 6
    3 years ago

    The Sahara desert covers more than nine million square kilomete

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