1. The team has been going to the National since the victory of the national finals. The team is used as a cohesive unit, so a singular verb is needed. Their sentence is heavy and should be recast. Like 50 percent of two in one, the sentence is simpler: “One of the two mangoes is corrupted.” (The theme of the sentence is “One,” which is unique. So use the singular verb “is.”) Class titles can be highlighted if they are formally used with a particular school like the Washington High School of 2012. The terms that refer to a student`s status, such as.B. Senior and Junior, are small. Since the 2012 senior class acts as a singular entity (including the use of the possessive pronoun), the singular verb should be used. We often use individual nouns that involve groups of people (for example. B the team, the government, the committee), as if they were plural. This is because we often see the group as people who do things that people do (eat, want, feel, etc.). In such cases, we use a plural verb.
(We must then ensure that other words agree – them rather than them, who instead of the.) “A team is training. Two teams train.Â I don`t see what`s complicated. Singular subunity – singular verb; plural noun – plural verb. I read that the British as a group of units feel collective nouns, and that is why they use the prurial form with them. We can therefore conclude that grammar rules are not always based on logic. John, I just read the phrase “The couple is a honeymoon in Barbados” in one of our Broadsheet newspapers, and unlike you, it seems to me to disagree. After completing my secondary education in 1966, I can only assume that there may have been different priorities during the education process in America and Ireland. Besides, when I asked a number of friends – usually below 30 – I got an initial 60/40% tendency to use “are” in the sentence above. I wonder if there is a definitive legal interpretation of the verb to be used in this case? Do you use a singular or plural verb to match a collective noun like team or staff? The answer is that it depends.
If these names act as a unit, use a singular verb. 1 (singular) “is” data group. More than one data group (for example. B physical and chemical data) “are.” So replace the word “group” as a name or “groups” as a noun and you can`t do anything wrong. The word “data” is already plural. Similarly, the “majority” is already plural, so if it is used for more than one group, as in “the majority of teams”, the verb is plural – corresponding to the subject (TEAMS) which is already plural.