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Writing: Subject-verb agreement — Basic example

Writing: Grammar

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has the girls on the ski team ever competed internationally so has would work if we're talking about one girl if we said has the girl competed internationally but we're talking about girls this right over here is plural plural plural so the form of has that we need is have we need have have the girls on the ski team ever competed internationally and if you want a good way of checking this turn it from a question into a statement would you say the girls the girls girls have have competed would you say this or would you say the girls has competed the girls has competed now the second one the second one you have a you have girls that's plural but then you're using the singular form of has the girls has no the girl has competed or the girls have competed so you definitely don't want to do this you definitely don't want to do has you want to use we want to use have