subject verb agreement


Is it suppose to be view or views?

See example:

Mexican Americans view the festivities with pride.
asked Oct 09 '12 at 03:40 monique taylor New member

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The word "view" may be a bit tricky if English is not your native language.  It can be used as either a verb, such as in this sentence, or as a noun - in which case, of course, it aquires an s when it is plural.


"The Mexican American views on the festivities are varied."

link comment answered Oct 09 '12 at 04:31 mysticete Contributor

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