Freeform Writing Exercise C1
Just to add to Chris' comments, here is the lesson on the different uses of the pronoun 'on' and the rules of agreements.
On = we, one, people
When on is used to mean "we", the verb is singular but any participle will be plural. Weird, I know, but that's just how it is.
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