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You should not be confused by (at ) the plural form in an adjective phrase or in an adjective clause. Just ignore the adjective phrase or the adjective clause. Then find the subject of the sentence. You can find a suitable verb form in the blank. By changing the base verb 'be' into a suitable verb form, you should fill in the blank. You should use the present tense verb her, though you can use the past tense form.

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In the firse line, which preposition is correct? Can we use both prepositions?
Would you check all the sentences above?
Thank you.

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    You should not be confused by a plural form in an adjective phrase or clause. Just ignore the adjective phrase or clause. Then find the subject of the sentence. You can then use the correct verb form in the blank by changing the base verb 'be' to agree with the subject. You should use the present tense verb here although you can also use the past tense form.

    Instead of "suitable" (which is not necessarily incorrect), we usually refer to making sure that subjects and verbs agree or to the agreement of subjects and verbs.
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sv_agr.htm

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