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It is important to make sure the subject (time) agrees with the verb (to fly). In this example, time is singular, so the verb must use the singular form flies.
This is a common idiom used in English to indicate that time seems to pass more quickly in certain situations.
Subject-verb agreement:In this phrase, the subject, time,is singular (like he, she, or it), so it requires the singular verb, flies.
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