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When "that" functions as a subordinate conjunction, could it be singular and plural? For example, are sentences below correct?

1. Apples that are on the table are for the picnic.

2. The apple that is on the table is for the picnic.

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When "that" functions as a subordinate conjunction, could it be singular and plural? For example, are sentences below correct?

1. Apples that are on the table are for the picnic.

2. The apple that is on the table is for the picnic.
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