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Peter

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Mar 6, 2021
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Concerning the following sentence

“We are seeking to appoint dynamic and highly-motivated Gap Student”

I would like to know if it is grammatically correct and if it should be

either

“We are seeking to appoint dynamic and highly-motivated Gap Students”

or

“We are seeking to appoint a dynamic and highly-motivated Gap Student”

or the fact that Gap Student is in capital letters changes something
 
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englishgeek

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I would say the first sentence is not grammatically correct as it should be "a dynamic and highly-motivated Gap Student".

If you use a singular or plural depends on whether you want just one student or many.