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Which of the following is correct?time and tide wait for noneortime and tide waits for none

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The correct option is “time and tide waits for none”. 'Time and tide' are treated as singular pair, so 'waits' is correct. 

This proverb tells us to utilise our time wisely because it won’t come back. If you use it wisely, you won’t need to repent later for the time lost. 



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Deependra Verma

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