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There are never enough discipline on the playground: someone always is getting hurt. Subject verb agreement.

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    Yes, there is a problem with subject-verb agreement.

    In the first clause, the subject is "discipline." What should the verb be?

  • English -

    This sentence above is one terrible example of English. There should be a semicolon after "playground" instead of a colon.

    I hope you read a lot of books and newspapers, so that you won't have to learn proper English grammar entirely from books like this one.

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