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Use this tag for questions about meanings of whole sentences rather than phrases.

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In British English, the plural form(are) is used for a club because the club is made up of individuals, but in American English, the form used is based on the clubs name: ex. "the Yankees are good", " …
answered May 30 '18 by Justin C. B.