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“The truth of the narratives have never been disputed;” “The virtue of these men and women, are indeed exemplary:” “A fondness for such distinctions, render a man ridiculous.”
In each sentence, what does the verb agree with? What should it agree with?
This chapter is on the rules of prescriptive grammar.
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what does the verb agree with? What should it agree with?
Note that before each verb, there is a singular noun and either one, or two plural nouns. What does grammar prescribe that governs whether the verb is in the singular, or plural?
The answers have been given to you. Can you understand the rule of grammar involved?