Seeing the little girl's performance, the audience were enthralled.
When both actions in the participle clause and main clause are taking place at the same time, is the tense in the main clause correct in this sentence?
@VarunKN gave a good answer about the noun audience being used with singular or plural verb agreement. However, my main question is:
-The participial clause is in active voice and the main clause is in passive voice so do we need to change the voice in the main clause. If so, what would be the change?
In my example sentence, the audience is doing the seeing in the participial clause, but the girl is doing the enthralling in the main clause.