Based in oral tradition with no known author. Anytime and anyplace (once upon a time in a place far away). Common ending (they lived happily ever after). Often magical.
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By noticing how the character interacts with other charactersby noticing details about what the character says, does, and thinksby noticing how the other characters perceive the characterby noticing the context, and use it to make inferences about the character
Many of the runners ____ incredibly fast.
The subject is "many" and many is plural.
Has would be wrong because you need a linking verb (the predicate is an adjective)
"Is" would be wrong because the subject is plural and "is" corresponds to a singular subject.
"Was" is incorrect because "was" corresponds to a singular noun.
Therefore "are" would be correct because it is a linking verb that corresponds to a plural noun.
B. The benefit lost when choosing between 2 options