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- Le espressioni che indicano un numero indefinito di cose o persone, come a minority of, “una minoranza di”, in inglese sono seguite dal verbo al plurale: A small minority of people have spoiled things for everyone else, una piccola minoranza di persone ha rovinato le cose per tutti gli altri (non A small minority of people has spoiled things for everyone else).
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