1) As a front line health care worker, Michelle Danda knows firsthand the power language has in nursing. 2) Working as a nurse in an acute psychiatric setting. 3) Danda remembers co-workers referring to clients in derogatory ways. 4) Terms like "addict,""junkie," "user," and "drug user" was written in colleague's charts, she heard similar language when interacting verbally with co-workers. 5) Through these experiences, Danda came to recognize that a caregivers personal beliefs about addiction were often transferred through biased language in the workplace; in such a way that it effected both the quality of care patients recieved as well as the attitude of other staff members. 6) Even though she now has a different role in mental health nursing Danda continues to encounter nurses whose language is biased and unprofessional. 7) She remains aware that she to can be influenced by such language: so she makes a conscious and concerted effort to regularly reflect upon her perceptions about mental health and addiction in order to not, unintentionally, compromise client respect. 8) Danda hopes to use her role to help transform the derogatory language she hears as a front line health care worker into communication that is unbiased and empowering. 9) As marginalized individuals are often not able to fully advocate for themself, she sees herself as crucial to their advocacy. 10) Using appropriate,empathetic, and compassionate language when treating clients are a good place to start, Danda has the right idea. A subject-verb agreement error occurs in which of the following two sentences?

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