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Sentence Correction: Subject Verb Agreement - A Complex Subject/Long Distance between Subject and Verb

To look for a perfect answer choice in Sentence Correction questions mean to make two mistakes: the first is to look for the correct answer rather than eliminate the wrong answer choices, and the second is to look for a perfect answer rather than settle for the best out of the five.

Great!

This answer choice corrects the original Subject Verb agreement mistake: the subject of the sentence is singular (to look) while the verb is plural (mean). The answer choice corrects this by replacing the plural verb means with the singular verb means.

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Incorrect.

This answer choice repeats the original Subject Verb Agreement mistake: the subject of the sentence is singular (to look) while the verb is plural (mean). 

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Incorrect.

This answer choice corrects the original mistake, by changing the plural verb mean to the singular verb means, to match the singular subject To look.

However, a new mistake is introduced by changing the plural noun mistakes to the singular mistake. This creates a grammatical/logical error: two mistake.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect as the subject of the sentence is singular (to look) while the verb is plural (mean).

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Incorrect.

This answer choice repeats the original Subject Verb Agreement mistake: the subject of the sentence is singular (to look) while the verb is plural (mean). 

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mean to make two mistakes: the first is to look for the correct answer
means to make two mistake: the first is to look for the correct answer
mean to make two mistakes: the first is to look at the correct choice
means to make two mistakes: the first is to look for the correct answer choice
mean to make two mistakes: the first is to look for the correct option