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    Agreement/concord question

    Is this sentence correct in the use of "is" or should it be re-structured?

    "Simon has produced language and literature work which is consistently of a good quality."

    This is how I've broken it down:

    Simon(subject) has produced(verb) language and literature(adverbial) work(object) which is consistently of a good quality(complement)

    Am I right?

    Any advice appreciated!

    Thanks

    Cassick

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    Re: Agreement/concord question

    Welcome, Cassick.

    Adverbs answer the questions where?, when?, and how? Adjectives answer the question what kind of?

    You may want to re-analyze the underlined portion of this sentence:

    "Simon has produced language and literature work which is consistently of a good quality."


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    Re: Agreement/concord question

    Thanks Casiopea!

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    Re: Agreement/concord question

    You're most welcome.

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