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Sentence Correction: Subject Verb Agreement - Verb Precedes Subject

If there are many compromises made in relation to the production process, the quality of the final product would be imperfect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Conditional error by using the Past Perfect (had been) in the result part of a Conditional 1 sentence. We can identify that the sentence is a Conditional 1 sentence by the use of Present in the condition (If... are). Accordingly, the result part of the conditional sentence should be in the Future or Present tense.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Conditional error by using the Future Perfect (will have been) in the result part of a Conditional 1 sentence. We can identify that the sentence is a Conditional 1 sentence by the use of Present in the condition (If... are). Accordingly, the result part of the conditional sentence should be in the Future or Present tense.

This answer choice creates a grammatical error by using the Future Past (would) in the result part of a Conditional 1 sentence. We can identify that the sentence is a Conditional 1 sentence by the use of Present in the condition (If... are). Accordingly, the result part of the conditional sentence should be in the Future or Present tense.

Although this answer choice corrects the original Conditional error by using the Future tense (will be) in the result part of a Conditional 1 sentence, it creates a Subject Verb Agreement error. The plural subject many compromises does not agree with the singular verb is.

What helps us identify this question as a Subject Verb Agreement question and identify this mistake is the following Stop Sign

The verb precedes the subject

Great job!

This answer choice corrects the original Conditional error by using the Future tense (will be) in the result part of a Conditional 1 sentence

there are many compromises made in relation to the production process, the quality of the final product would be
there are many compromises made in relation to the production process, the quality of the final product will have been
in relation to the production process, there is many compromises made, the quality of the final product will be
there are many compromises made in relation to the production process, the final product's quality will be
there are many compromises made in relation to the production process, the quality of the final product had been