The problems I have … the language are to do with spelling.
The problems I have with the language are to do with spelling.
Correct answer: © with
I understand that the answer for this question is ‘with,’ but I have another question regarding the sentence.
Why does the subject in the sentence have to be plural? ‘To do with spelling’ is shown as just one problem there, so in this case can we say this as follows?
‘The problem I have with the language is to do with spelling.’
Could you please explain why the plural form is used in the sentence for me?
Many thanks for your help in advance.