There was consensus among teachers that evidences are not returned to students. Is this sentence correct?
No. 'Evidence' is used as a noun in the sentence, and evidence is a non-countable noun. This means there is no plural form. Evidence can be a single item or a hundred items, and it is still referred to as 'evidence'.
There was consensus among teachers that evidence is not returned to students.
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