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Rule "The report that describe(s|d) it in detail is missing"

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Description: The report that describe(s|d) it in detail is missing
By default, this rule is not active in LanguageTool
Message: The verb '\4' does not seem to match the subject.
Category: Grammar (ID: GRAMMAR)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • I'm looking for code playground packs for all languages, something that allow me to see what I'm doing while I'm programming.
    Correction suggestion: allows, allowed
  • Everything which don't make money is dropped, the Groups will probably be too (forcing users to use G+ instead).
    Correction suggestion: does, did
  • He who wake up the earliest gets the most done.
    Correction suggestion: wakes, waked, woke
  • Victim who think he receives freedom and had his own free will.
    Correction suggestion: thinks, thought
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • All hope abandon, ye who enter in.
  • Co-workers who don't do their fair share.
  • When the young hatch, they climb up onto the mother's back; any which fall off before their first moult will not survive.
  • All who wander are not lost.
  • Steelhead that live out their lives in fresh water are called rainbow trout.
  • Pubs, both which serve food
  • Some that apply negative effects for leaving a battle early.
  • Plenty who have done better I'm sure.
  • Most who get into mind go the route of psychology.
  • Instead, I have created three dummy lines in your list; two that follow my format, as well as the line `+New`, which I use to add new data to my file.
  • Faculty who receive the Outstanding Teacher Award are recognized for this important accomplishment by both the UC Berkeley Campus and the Haas School of Business.
  • He who can, does.
  • Cnidaria that carry photosynthetic symbionts may have the opposite problem, an excess of oxygen, which may prove toxic.
  • Business ethics operates on the premise, for example, that the ethical operation of a private business is possible—those who dispute that premise, such as libertarian socialists, (who contend that "business ethics" is an oxymoron) do so by definition outside of the domain of business ethics proper.
  • The project would be to do the assembly of pertinent rules, legislation, tariffs, etc that govern the retail gas and power markets in Ontario (same project Fino and Dave Vetsch are doing in Alberta).
  • ... based on national samples (e.g.,) that have been hitherto unavailable.
  • ... developed in Birmingham, England which have spread to other western countries and a...
  • WHO BCG policy: The WHO recommend BCG be given to all children born in countries highly endemic for TB because it protects against miliary TB and TB meningitis.
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