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# Is the sentence looks correct ?

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07 Apr 2013, 09:03
I came through this sentence in Manhattan SC.
Quote:
The tidal forces to which an object falling into a black hole is subjected are
sufficient to tear the object apart.

I think the phrase a block is subjected are looks awkward. Is this sentence correct ?

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grakesh wrote:
I came through this sentence in Manhattan SC.
I think the phrase a block is subjected are looks awkward. Is this sentence correct ?

Yes, it is.
The tidal forces to which an object falling into a black hole is subjected are sufficient to tear the object apart.
The subject is plural so the verb must be plural.
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13 Apr 2013, 03:10
Thanks Zarrolou and rakeshd347 for the explanation. It makes sense now.

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18 Jul 2015, 02:04
Zarrolou wrote:
grakesh wrote:
I came through this sentence in Manhattan SC.
I think the phrase a block is subjected are looks awkward. Is this sentence correct ?

Yes, it is.
The tidal forces to which an object falling into a black hole is subjected are sufficient to tear the object apart.
The subject is plural so the verb must be plural.

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the tidal forces.. is this plural or singular.. as we are using 'THE'

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23 Jul 2015, 09:28
snowygari wrote:
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the tidal forces.. is this plural or singular.. as we are using 'THE'

Forces is plural and tidal is an adjective. Thus the correct verb is are.
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