I'm not sure about the pluralization here:

menu of services includes


menu of services include

Which is correct?


A complete sentence would be helpful for context but nevertheless ...

If the menu is singular then it would be "includes":

The menu of services includes A, B and C.

Note that you could also write something like:

A wide menu of services is available, including A, B and C.

Note: 'is' not 'are' in this case.


Most likely, you want includes. The subject, "menu", is singular: A menu includes. You wouldn't say, a menu include. So the noun phrase "of services" is merely misleading here.

If you were talking about services, you'd use the plural: services include. But you only have one menu in this sentence.

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