as follow or as follows

12/11/2012 16:16


“as follows” is always singular  whether the preceding matter is plural or not. It is used either as a phrase or as an idiom to mean what comes next, usually in the form of a list.


#The reasons for these decisions are as follows.

In case you don’t want to use it this way, you can say:

Here are my reasons, or My reasons are, first,…, and the like.

Never say “as follow”.

That is English for you.