Is it singular or plural? (news, series, United States, etc.) | common mistakes in English (EZEE #10)
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Is ‘news’ plural or singular for ‘headquarters’?
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00: 00 Introduction
01: 02 Content index
01: 24 ‘Test yourself’ quiz
02: 32 this, these, that, those
03: 35 The word ‘news’
04: 52 Other tricky words ending in ‘s’
06: 53 Final Quiz
Subject-Verb Agreement: s
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