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ninon100
Russian Federation

It-sentence
 
Could you help me with the sentence, please? It was my money and credit cards that WERE OR WAS in my purse. Or both are ok? Thanx in advance

7 Feb 2019      



monder78
Poland

Of course  were because    of credit cards   that are in plural .

7 Feb 2019     



yanogator
United States

I agree about "were", but not for that reason. This isnīt like there is/there are, which depends on the number of the noun that follows it. There are two things listed, so itīs "were".
 
It was a quarter and a dime that were missing from my desk drawer.
 
Bruce 

7 Feb 2019     



ninon100
Russian Federation

Thanks a lot! I thought so. But was in doubt.

7 Feb 2019