anonymous
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Dancers from the movie Rize continue to spread their inspirational message of hope to Los Angeles’ South Central youth. How should the sentence above be rewritten to correct the subject-verb agreement error? a. The sentence is correct as written. b. Dancers from the movie Rize does continue to spread their inspirational message of hope to Los Angeles’ South Central youth. c. Dancers from the movie Rize continues to spread their inspirational message of hope to Los Angeles’ South Central youth. d.Dancers from the movie Rize is continuing to spread their inspirational m
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mathstudent55
  • mathstudent55
To answer a question like this, you need to strip away all the unnecessary info that just complicates and confuses the sentence. Here is the complete sentence: "Dancers from the movie Rize continue to spread their inspirational message of hope to Los Angeles’ South Central youth." Now look at all that really matters for this question: "Dancers [...] continue to spread [...]." Notice that "dancers" is a plural noun, and "continue" is a plural form of the verb, so this sentence is correct.

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