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1. This is a group of students who help the sick.

2. These are a group of students who help the sick.

3. This is a group of students who helps the sick.

4. These are a group of students who helps the sick.

(Which expressions are correct? Please focus on 'this' and 'help. Is 'group' a collective noun? Thank you.)

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    #3. This is singular as is group, a collective noun. The group it does help, is helping, helps.

    These is plural so it would have to be "These groups"

    Sra

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    1. This is a group of students who help the sick. OK

    2. These are groups of students who help the sick.

    3. This is a group of students who helps the sick. OK

    4. These are groups of students who help the sick.

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