Which is correct:

1. These expressions tend to be negated in the same way.

2. These expressions ARE tend to be negated in the same way.

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I'd choose the 1st one.

But if I were to say that, it would look like: "They tend to negate these expressions the same way". To me, it sounds better...
I will be even stronger than Ruslana - #2 is not grammatical.
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Does it mean that the first is grammatical?
1. OK
2. Wrong.
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... however in a BBC article I read:

... people ARE tend to be sexually active when ...

Why are is acceptable in the sentence above?