I stuck in the following sentence:
Eyes are the most precious organ/s of our body.
We say 'eyes' and not an 'eye' as body's organ. Now, when I say 'Eyes are', do I need to mention them as a singular organ or a pair?
So, 'Eyes are the most precious organs or organ of our body'?
I know the basic rule of subject-verb agreement, but this sentence perplexes me.