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    teenagers, who nowadays lacks authority

    "Contemporary society is demanding when it comes to a role model for teenagers, who nowadays lacks authority from which they can take an example"
    I don`t know how to correct the bolded part of the sentence, there is a grammar mistake, but I do not really know how to change it correctly. thanks in advance :)
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    Re: teenagers, who nowadays lacks authority

    The third word in bold is a verb. It needs to agree with the noun to which it refers. What is that noun?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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