"Bartenders" and "are" are what I believe to be the subject-verb agreement in both sentences. Is this correct?
The reason I was ask is because at first I thought the subject was "cognac".
The original question on the exam was how to improve a similar sentence, and the answer was "both A and B" (the two sentences in bold below)
I know in the second sentence "cognac" doesn't take a verb, but in the first sentence it does. However I know both sentences have to be grammatically correct, which brings me back to my gut feeling where "bartenders" and "are" = Subject-Verb agreement.
Can someone please confirm. 1. "Bartenders are starting to turn to the timeless and elegant cognac more and more often." 2. "It is such a timeless and eloquent spirt that bartenders are turning to it more often."