TSI Writing: Is the Subject of this Sentence Singular or Plural?
Select the best version of the italicized part of the sentence. If you think the original sentence is best, choose the first answer.
The threat of high winds and sleet, in addition to the severe cold, makes it increasingly unlikely that the ceremony will be held outdoors.
appealing All right The threat of high winds and sleet
in addition to the severe cold makes it increasingly unlikely
that the ceremony will be held outdoors What's wrong with
that Looking at it Well we probably won't be going
to this ceremony of the weather's that bad were all
for singing in the rain and everything but there's a
reason the movie wasn't called singing in the high winds
and yeah it would make for a much more depressing
film that if everyone got blown away killed or whatever
But speaking of not changing things that already worked well
this sentence makes perfect sense Just as is the subject
threat which is singular already agrees with the verb makes
and that's it umbrellas up yeah never pair a singular
subject with a plural verb That's the big learning from
being c and skipping the verb home together is a
no go with the like that was the diet plate
They didn't get too so that's It makes it increasingly
unlikely that ceremony will be held Okay we're done We're
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