Asked • 08/04/19

A pack of wolves run through the woods?

Is the correct to say > A pack of wolves run through the woodsor is the correct English> A pack of wolves runs through the woodsThe former sounds right. However, I think the subject is *a pack* and *of wolves* adds a description to the subject. In this case the subject is singular, so therefore the verb must be singular. Am I correct? It just doesn't feel right.

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