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Is this sentence grammatically correct?

 
 
tjphan
 
Reply Wed 8 Jun, 2022 09:08 pm
It seems to me to be a singular introduction (another thing) to a plural (are the verses) but can't work out what else to say, or why grammar checkers aren't telling me it's wrong.

'Another thing to account for are the verses this picture narrates.'

Can anyone help me please?
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Frank Apisa
 
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Reply Thu 9 Jun, 2022 03:57 am
@tjphan,
tjphan wrote:

It seems to me to be a singular introduction (another thing) to a plural (are the verses) but can't work out what else to say, or why grammar checkers aren't telling me it's wrong.

'Another thing to account for are the verses this picture narrates.'

Can anyone help me please?


Think "this picture narrates"...not "verses...narrates."

The notion that "Another thing" is related to the "narrates" is totally off base.

Grammar checkers are not telling you that it is wrong...because it is not.
tjphan
 
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Reply Thu 9 Jun, 2022 01:59 pm
@Frank Apisa,
Thank you so much!
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