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Old May 06, 2019, 09:50 PM
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Se come vs Se Comen

No como carne pero en casa se comen mucha carne y mucho pescado.

Should this be 'se comen', rather than 'se come' because what is eaten is in plural i.e. meat and fish? On a separate note, do we need 'mucho' twice?

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