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    Question Subject Verb Agreement

    Consider the following sentence:
    "Exercise is one of the factors which contributes to good health"

    Is this grammatically correct? Shouldn't it be "factors which contribute to good health"
    I mean isnt contributing to good health qualifying "factors" here?

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    Re: Subject Verb Agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by andromeda1534 View Post
    Consider the following sentence:
    "Exercise is one of the factors which contributes to good health"

    Is this grammatically correct? Shouldn't it be "factors which contribute to good health"
    I mean isnt contributing to good health qualifying "factors" here?
    Yes, you are right; it's incorrect.

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