Team Has Or Have

Team Has Or Have

Which grammar is correct? Team A or Team A? 3

I know it's cruel, but I'm surprised. I'm sure both are correct because you can say the team is a group or a group of players.

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Edit I just realized I wrote the wrong grammar. I'm not ashamed but I'm here :(

Oh, your grammar.

I want to know the whole sentence.

The team has a new mascot. Okay fine.

The team has a new mascot. it's wrong.

Above all, the team is unique, just a team.

But it can refer to a team member.

The team has a new shirt this year. That's right- this is about the team members.

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Team Has Or Have

Team Has Or Have

The correct term is a. Have is used with names that indicate more than one. In this case, the team is seen as a unit.

Tim is a huge name, so it's unique. That's the right word.

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Team Has Or Have