'Valuables Are' or 'Valuables Is'

It's "valuables are". Some nouns, like "valuables", are typically used in the plural and take a plural verb.

It's "valuables are" (not "valuables is"). Some nouns, like "valuables", are typically used in the plural and take a plural verb.

My valuables are in the safe.

My valuables is in the safe.

The word valuable (without "s") is an adjective, not a noun.

That painting is extremely valuable.

Since "valuables" is a plural noun, we use a plural pronoun to replace it.

The valuables are in the box. They should be protected in flood-proof areas of the house.

A partial list of related terms that also take a plural verb:

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