playing football and hocky is/are [hockey]

alex_ln

Senior Member
Polish
Do I need to say "is" or "are"? In my opinion "are" is correct, because playing football and (playing) hocky are two things!
"Playing football and hocky <is/are> prevalent among the young generation in this country."
 
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    Senior Member
    American English
    I would use "are" because they are two different sports. I might also use popular rather than prevalent, but I'll leave that to you. It's hockey, by the way.
     
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