todos los miembros tiene/tienen que asistir

This confuses me because in English it could do both ways depending:

All of the members have (singular or plural) to attend.
Each of you have/has to attend. (In English both are used but the singular (has) is considered the most correct usage.)

Or maybe I need more sleep.
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  • SevenDays

    Senior Member
    I don't know if you need more sleep, but power naps are awesome.
    All of the members = todos los miembros
    Each member - cada miembro

    "Todos" and "miembros" agree in plural number. "Todo" and "miembro" agree in singular number: Todo miembro tiene que asistir.
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