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    Among the first groups to be formed in the whole country were in Teesside.

    Among the first groups to be formed in the whole country were in Teesside. (Brian Mills, Three Times Three Equals Twelve, page 15)

    What is the subject of the above sentence?
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    Re: Among the first groups to be formed in the whole country were in Teesside.

    The subject is missing. The sentence needs some/those/a number/etc after ​were.

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