Do you wonder why we sometimes use a singular verb for ‘number’ and sometimes a plural verb? If you do wonder, this is the grammatical rule for ‘a number’ and ‘the number’.
The expression the number is followed by a singular verb while the expression a number is followed by a plural verb.
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