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I have this sentence in my test Pittsburgers are quite supported to their professional sport teams. It is my opinion that are is the correct verb. Pittsburghers is aplural noun. Grammarly keeps swichs it to is. Can you help me with this

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[Pittsburghers are quite supported to their professional sport teams.
asked Mar 08 at 23:11 Shine New member

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"Pittsburghers are" is correct, but after that it should be "supportive of"  and "sport" should be "sports."  So the sentence would read "Pittsburghers are quite supportive of their professonal sports teams."

link comment answered Mar 09 at 07:11 Dr. G Contributor

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