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A says: "My coworkers drink a lot."

B asks: "I didn't hear you. Who did you say drink a lot?"

B asks: "I didn't hear you. Who drink a lot?"

Are B's sentences correct in this context or should it be 'who drinks'?

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A says: Our neighbors smoke.

B asks: "Who smoke? Your neighbors above you or the ones below?"

Is B's sentence correct in this context or should it be 'who smokes'?



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A says: "Tom's brothers are naive."

B asks: "I didn't hear you. Who did you say are naive?"

B asks: "I didn't hear you. Who are naive?"

Are B's sentences correct in this context or should it be "who is naive"?



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