"Delivering pizza, editing my high school newspaper, babysitting my nephew, and doing my homework leave (instead of 'leaves') me scarcely any free time."
I'm getting confused because I've seen a CB explanation for 2 gerunds acting as a singular subject instead of a plural one. I can't remember which question, and I could have remembered incorrectly.
I can see that "Skiing on the snow tops, baking a cake, and watching TV are my some of favorite activities" would have to be plural.
Could anyone clear up the confusion?
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