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  1. Newbie
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    Subject-Verb Agreement

    Hi, everyone! I am not English-native speaker, and this is my first post. In your opinion, how is better to write?

    "Broad development of Internet technologies and technological innovations ineviatably LEAD to transformations of the whole educational system."

    or

    "Broad development of Internet technologies and technological innovations inevitably LEADS to transformations of the whole educational system."

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Subject-Verb Agreement

    Welcome to the forum, synthart,

    Your second sentence is correct. The subject of the verb is 'development'.

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