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Just the same as if there was only one person: AdamとSarahはすしが好{す}きです。 The topic of the conversation, marked by は, is the pair of both Adam and Sarah. Topics can be very complex phrases; they don't have to be just single words.


The particle will be the same regardless of number, so you would use は. Whether it's one person or two hundred people who like sushi, the particle will not change. AdamとSarahはすしがすきです。


「私の[脈搏]{みゃくはく}は[普通1分間]{ふつういっぷんかん}にやっと60なのが、80から85に[増進]{ぞうしん}していた。」 「なのが」 is three words here. 「な」: The [連体形]{れんたいけい} (attributive form) of the affirmation auxiliary verb 「だ」 「の」: [準体助詞]{じゅんたいじょし} (nominalization particle) = nominalizes the whole preceding phrase 「が」:「[格助詞]{かくじょし}」(case particle) = subject marker (← Answer to your question) The ...


I first think it is 接続助詞 because 格助詞 "が" is set the behind of a subject and I think 「普通1分間にやっと60なの」 isn't a subject. However after discussion, I knew a difference opinion. And I ask this question for some person, so their opinions are also be split into two. In the result, my answer is that which one is possible depending on the standpoint.

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