We, as people, don’t always agree on things in life. But there are two things in grammar that must always agree if a sentence is to be a complete and correct thought. The Subject or noun of a sentence, must always agree with the Verb in the sentence. This is called Subject/Verb Agreement. If the subject is singular, the verb, the action the subject is performing, must be, too; if the subject is plural, the verb must also be.
Remember this fact: Most singular nouns will not end in -s, but the verb that agrees, will. Case in point: Their dog barks all times of night. If the subject is plural, in most cases the verb will NOT end in -s. Case in point: Those dogs bark all the time.
WORD OF THE DAY!
Consequence (con se quence) n., something produced by a cause or necessarily following from a set of conditions.
SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT YOU SAY, and know how to write it.