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  1. Ginny
    November 22, 2013

    Would you say:
    Christmas orders are/is in full force.

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  2. John Doe
    July 17, 2014

    I’d personally say, “Christmas orders ARE in full force” being that it seems the subject ‘Christmas orders’ is plural. However, I think the correct statement would be “Christmas orders is in full force” due to example #2 – ‘Account permissions’ in this article… honestly, this being the first article I found about is/are it’s also a possibility the information is wrong.

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  3. Emmanuel madukwe
    July 15, 2017

    As i didn’t have time to do my hair myself, i ………… at the hairdresser’s, pls which option is correct answer, (A) had it done (B) had done it

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    • Unknown
      July 17, 2017

      I am not sure but I believe it is “had done it.”

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    • Toby
      December 8, 2017

      It depends on if you did your own hair or not, if you did your own hair at the hairdressers that it would be (A) but if you got your hair done by someone else it would be (B)

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    • Toby
      December 8, 2017

      I’m so sorry I ment if you had it done by someone else it would be (A) and if you did it your self then it’s (B) (sorry for the mistake)

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  4. Nigel
    December 3, 2018

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    “As i didn’t have time to do my hair myself, i ………… at the hairdresser’s, pls which option is correct answer, (A) had it done (B) had done it”

    If you went to the hairdressers and someone did it for you then “A” is correct. “B” is wrong in this context. If you went to the hairdressers and did your own hair it would be “did it” so the sentence would read “… myself, I did it at the hairdressers.”

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