subject verb and pronoun antecedent agreement
Incorrect- Either your children or your spouse have left a mess in the kitchen.
I think it should read...
Either your children or your spouse has left a mess in the kitchen.
Either is singular so I should change have to has, however my spell check is saying I should change children to child if I want to use has.
Incorrect-The play will be attended by Theresa and myself.
Theresa and I will attend the play.
Am I correct or should I listen to my computer?
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