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Sentence Correction: Subject Verb Agreement - Verb Precedes Subject

There are clear advantages to wearing a seat belt and it can prevent serious injury and death and provides a positive example for others.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect. A pronoun (in this case, it) refers to a previously mentioned noun. If we wish to refer to a previously mentioned verb (wearing a seat belt), we need to use the phrase to do so or doing so.

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Incorrect/

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and repeats the original Pronoun error. A pronoun (in this case, it) refers to a previously mentioned noun. If we wish to refer to a previously mentioned verb (wearing a seat belt), we need to use the phrase to do so or doing so.

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Incorrect.

Although this answer choice corrects the original Pronoun error by using to do so to refer to a previously mentioned verb (wearing a seat belt), it is grammatically incorrect. The plural subject clear advantages does not agree with the singular verb is

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

The verb precedes the subject  

Incorrect.

Although this answer choice corrects the original Pronoun error by not referring to a previously mentioned verb with the pronoun it, it is stylistically flawed. Repeating wearing a seat belt instead of using the phrase to do so or doing so creates unnecessary repetition and, therefore, Redundancy.

You're right!

This answer choice corrects the original Pronoun error by using doing so to refer to a previously mentioned verb (wearing a seat belt).

There are clear advantages to wearing a seat belt and it
There is clear advantages to wearing a seat belt and to do so
Wearing a seat belt has clear advantages and it
There are clear advantages to wearing a seat belt and doing so
There are clear advantages to wearing a seat belt and wearing a seat belt