Should I have used the word in, instead of the word of? Should I have used are instead of is?


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The change of events is sure to hold their interest.


edited Feb 28 '11 at 22:59 Shari New member

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That sentences is grammatically correct. Using the singular "is" is correct because the subject of the sentences is "change," not the plural "events." I can't explain why "of" is correct, but it is.

link comment answered Mar 02 '11 at 01:00 Collane Ramsey Expert

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