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Concord (/ˈkɒnkɔ:(r)d/), also known as agreement (/əˈgri:mənt/), refers to the need, or not, for words in the same sentence to relate to each other, grammatically. English has concord for grammatical number, grammatical person and sometimes grammatical gender.

It can apply to the following:

It can also apply to the following grammatical properties:

English lacks noun-adjective agreement, and article-noun agreement, unlike many closely-related languages.

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