Is this sentence correct: Everyone he impersonated are flawless?
or "Every person he impersonated are flawless"
- MarvinatorLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
No, 1) are does not work with singular "person," 2) you're saying that the 'person' is flawless, rather than the impersonation.
better: Every impersonation he performed was flawless. or even "Every impersonation was flawless."
- GypsyfishLv 71 month ago
The verb should be singular. Your sentence says that the people are perfect. That's unlikely- no one is perfect! If you are trying to describe his impersonations, say "His impersonations are flawless."
- Pat WoodenLv 71 month ago
Wrong. EveryONE is singular, and you can't use the plural "are" with a singular subject. Use "was" instead.
- RPLv 71 month ago
It should be is flawless, but to avoid this issue try: His impersonations are flawless.
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- Chewy Ivan 2Lv 71 month ago
It should be: Everyone he impersonated is flawless. "Everyone" seems to be a plural noun, but it is actually a singular one.
- SandyLv 71 month ago
His impersonations were flawless.
keep it simple. it's understood he only impersonated people.