Which sentence is correct?
A. In this room, one side of the walls has faded, while the other side is fine.
B. In this room, one side of the walls have faded, while the other side are fine.
- CogitoLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
"In this room one of the walls has faded paint/wallpaper whilst the opposite wall's is fine."
- bluebellbkkLv 71 month ago
When you talk about "one side" and "the other", it suggests that the room has only two walls.
This would be extremely unusual, to say the least.
- Anonymous2 months ago
A. The other wall's WHAT has faded?
B. . . . "one side . . . HAVE faded?
- reme_1Lv 72 months ago
One side has faded---- you are referring to a singular wall.
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- ZanyLv 52 months ago
Neither, In A "one wall has faded, while the other wall is fine." Walls don't have sides.
- GeoLv 62 months ago
Walls don't Fade, but Paint and Wallpaper does. And... is or was fine, not are.