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    Default is "group" treated non-count, like "gente"?

    Which is correct:

    Díle al grupo que se quede callado

    or

    Díle al grupo que se queden callados

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    Default Re: is "group" treated non-count, like "gente"?

    The first one is correct ,it is one group

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    Default Re: is "group" treated non-count, like "gente"?

    Hola! Sería: "Dile (dile sin tilde) al grupo que se quede callado" (grupo singular).

    Saludiños,

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