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The new ordinance can also be combined with other traffic laws. For example, if someone is talking on his cell phone while driving, and he are pulled over for inattentive driving, he can be issued tickets for violating both laws.


Why would it be correct to say "he is" instead of he are?

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Why would it be correct? Because "he" requires a singular verb, not a plural verb.
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Thank you, CSnyder.