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Subject verb agreement, which is correct?

TATA Group SETS SIGHTS on the new project TATA Group SETS SIGHT on the new project I read it in a newspaper and the sentence 1 was the headline but why sight is used as sights
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Is“That the messages are written in simplified Chinese…confirm that the intended audience is Chinese tourists.” correct? [duplicate]

Methinks the sentence does not sound natural. I also think that there should be confirms instead of confirm (source): That the messages are written in simplified Chinese—Hong Kongers use ...
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The political left is or the political left are? [duplicate]

Does one say "the political left is," or "the political left are?"
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Grammar for are/is [duplicate]

All the Kennedy family is grateful for your support. Or All the Kennedy family are grateful for your support.
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What auxiliary verb should be used with a country name? [duplicate]

Could anyone tell which statement is correct : 1. India is playing 2. India are playing
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What is the correct Verb form? [closed]

A group of women seek an appointment. or A group of women seeks an appointment. Which is correct?
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Is a collective subject 'it' or 'they'? Or are we allowed to use whichever sounds best? [duplicate]

I have long admired the grammatical teaser posed by the lyric: "Oliver's army is here to stay, Oliver's army are on their way" (Elvis Costello). Which is the correct form for a collective actor: "The ...
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Is “The crowd are loving this.”, from a UK newspaper, acceptable? [duplicate]

Is "The crowd are loving this." acceptable grammar? I think it should be "The crowd is loving this." Does it matter if it's a UK newspaper?
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The Calvary Singular or Plural [duplicate]

Would you say "The Calvary wasn't coming" or "The Calvary weren't coming"?
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Name for a singular noun that is used like a plural? [duplicate]

Is there a word for a noun that is singular but can be used like it is plural? For example... Q: How is your team doing? A: They are doing great. Or Manchester United are at the top of ...
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“IS” or 'ARE' ? in this sentence [duplicate]

Please have a look at this sentence. "Troy University International Partners is not accredited by SACS Commission on Colleges and the accreditation of Troy University does not extend to or include ...
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Subject-Verb Agreement and Do as a substitute verb

I don't understand why does is not used instead of do in the sentence highlighted in the photo below. =>> Audio File 01:09:0
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Do vs Does which one is it? [duplicate]

Which is the correct heading? What StackOverflow does. or What StackOverflow do.
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Plural or singular when referencing a company [duplicate]

Which is correct when using as a title: Who is Microsoft? or Who are Microsoft?
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Team is or Team are [duplicate]

Is it correct to say, the team that will be attending with me is listed below: or should I say the team that will be attending with me are listed below

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