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30 Oct 2011 — One of the few

 

How would you improve the agreement in this sentence?

TV show dancers

It's one of the few shows on television that tells viewers exactly what they are going to get: “Dancing With the Stars".

 

Select one or more options and read the feedback.

 

1.

It is one of the few shows on telelvision that tells viewers exactly what they are going to get: “Dancing with the Stars”.

 

2.

It is one of the few shows on telelvision that tell viewers exactly what they are going to get: “Dancing with the Stars”. 

3.

It is one of the few television shows whose names tell viewers exactly what they are going to get: “Dancing with the Stars”. 

 

 

tell (V) – make known by speech or writing (a fact, news, information, etc.); communicate; inform

antecedent (N) – a word, phrase, or sentence that is represented by another word, for example a pronoun

Corbett, Philip B. “Number Trouble.” New York Times 11 Oct 2011. Web. http://topics.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/grammar/