A Common Disagreement

In English (okay, and many other languages) we have this concept called agreement. Agreement means that singulars go with singulars and plurals go with plurals. I remember this specific example being covered back in sixth grade. He gets it wrong. Can you spot it?


Well, panel 2. “type” is singular, but “those” is plural. It should be “that type of publication.” Or “those types of publications.”