The existential 'there' is usually followed by a form of the verb 'to be', used as a pure copula. For instance, rather than saying, a wrench is on the bench, you'd say there's a wrench on the bench. ...
'Decades of research has/have shown' -decades is plural -research is murky I'd be inclined to write 'has' Thanks in advance Drew
Is the antecedent of a relative pronoun in a prepositional 'of' phrase a matter of choice?For example, [duplicate]
The bag of books that was found belongs to me. The bag of books that talk about history belong to me. Thanks
Would you say "the number of students that earned sufficient credits" or "the number of students who earned sufficient credits"?
In the following sentence, the verb “are” strikes me as odd. In paragraph 6, it is not clear what are meant by “the front unit” and “the central element”. It seems that “. . . it is not clear ...