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    Who leans toward more cautious decisions: individuals or groups?

    Hello, teachers. I have a small question.

    In the following sentence, I think the verb "leans" should be "lean" because the two given subjects at the end of the sentence are both plural. Please show me the answer. Thank you.

    Who leans toward more cautious decisions: individuals or groups?

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    Re: Who leans toward more cautious decisions: individuals or groups?

    This is far from being a small question.

    Click here to read a lively earlier discussion of the same question.

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