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Rule "Who send (sends) the documents/how is (are) the kids doing"

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Description: Who send (sends) the documents/how is (are) the kids doing
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Message: Possible subject-verb agreement error detected.
Category: Grammar (ID: GRAMMAR)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • How does video sources play into this config?
    Correction suggestion: do, did
  • What does the flags mean below each post?
    Correction suggestion: do, did
  • When has the designers ever been clear about what they want?
    Correction suggestion: have, had
  • Where has the kids run off to?
    Correction suggestion: have, had
  • How does the teams do it?
    Correction suggestion: do, did
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • What does this kanji mean?
  • What does his silence imply?
  • What does his father do?
  • What does your owners manual say?
  • What does the above method returns?
  • What has legs, but cannot walk?
  • Where does the imageCaptue.take() action stores the photo?
  • What does the Consumer Reports Used Car Guide say?
  • I think the oil filter specifications would confuse the typical vehicle owner and this is something I generally do not see in owners manuals, what does your owners manual state for oil filter specifications?
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Check the following text against just this rule:

ID: WH_PHRASE_AGREEMENT [3]
Version: 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-04-15 22:33:06 +0200)