Please correct the folloeing sentence:
"After campaign, there were no change in intervention group and control group" or After campaign, there were no changes in intervention group and control group".
Hello, Joshua: After THE campaign, there were no CHANGES in THE intervention group and the control group.
To go with the verb 'were,' which goes with plural forms, you need changes.
The sentence should be:
n(1) no change is used as " There is no change of student number".
(2) no change is used as "There are no changes of students."
Please correct me if I am wrong.
'There is no [bchange[/b]...There is no change in the number of students.
There are no changes...
If you mean that the number of students has not changed, you would say:
There are no changes in the number(s) of students.