This is about article usage+do

"The links do/does provide useful information.''

As you can see, I have just used 'the'(article) followed by 'links'(plural) and then what's next?

Should I use 'does' from using 'the', OR

'does' from using 'links'(plural noun)


The definite article (the) does not require the use of a singular verb. The form of the verb is controlled by the form of the noun:

The link provides useful information.
The links provide useful information.

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