Posted by **rfvv** on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 2:41am.

1. A group of students help the sick.

2. A group of students helps the sick.

(What is the difference between the two sentence? If both are grammatical, aren the following correct as well? )

3. This is a group of students.

4. These are a group of students.

5. These students are a group of

strong students.

6. Look at the students who are a

group of strong people.

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