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Can I say,



  1. They were excited when the match was started.



  2. The players played hard to win the game. Finally, the football game was ended.



  3. Cameron Highland Is an interest place in Malaysia.



  4. It is also a cool and scenic highland resort.



  5. In Cameron Highland , has many green and fresh vegetables.



  6. Cameron Highland, the tea plant and other vegetable plantations are very famous. They look as well as the orchids.



  7. They love to spend their holidays at the resort. Some of them like to take photographs at there.



  8. Cameron Highland becomes a famous scenic spot nowadays.


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Vincent TeoCan I say,


  1. They were excited when the match was started.

  2. The players played hard to win the game. Finally, the football game was ended.

  3. The Cameron Highlands is an interesting place in Malaysia.

  4. It is also a cool and scenic highland resort.


  5. In the Cameron Highlands , there are many green and fresh vegetables.

  6. In the Cameron Highlands, the tea plant tea and other vegetable plantations are very famous. They look as well as the orchids.

  7. They love to spend their holidays at the resort. Some of them like to take photographs at there.

  8. The Cameron Highlands are a famous scenic spot nowadays.
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Vincent TeoCan I say,



  1. They were excited when the match was started.



  2. The players played hard to win the game. Finally, the football game was ended.



  3. The Cameron Highlands is an interesting place in Malaysia.



  4. It is also a cool and scenic highland resort.



  5. In the Cameron Highlands , there are many green and fresh vegetables.



  6. In the Cameron Highlands, the tea plant tea and other vegetable plantations are very famous. They look as well as the orchids.



  7. They love to spend their holidays at the resort. Some of them like to take photographs at there.



  8. The Cameron Highlands are a famous scenic spot nowadays.

    What is the reason for 'is' being used in #3 but 'are' in #8?

One of those subtle idiosyncrasies of English - it depends on whether you are going to regard "The Cameron Highlands" or ""scenic spot"/"interesting place" as subject of the sentence . In these sentences, either could be used.