Hello:  I am having a very hard time so far trying to best determine the "who" in cases that are given as word problems. For example: Sports announcers love to quote statistics. During football championship​ games, they particularly love to announce when a record has been broken. They might have a list of all football championship​ games, along with the scores of each​ team, total scores for the two​ teams, margin of​ victory, passing yards for the​ quarterbacks, and many more bits of information. Identify the who in this list. Choose the correct answer below.   The sports announcers The two teams The individual games The quarterbacks   At first, I believed that it was the teams that were the who in this case. However, the correct answer was instead the individual games that they played in. How would I best determine the who in cases in any word problem?

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Hello:

I am having a very hard time so far trying to best determine the "who" in cases that are given as word problems. For example:

Sports announcers love to quote statistics. During football championship​ games, they particularly love to announce when a record has been broken. They might have a list of all football championship​ games, along with the scores of each​ team, total scores for the two​ teams, margin of​ victory, passing yards for the​ quarterbacks, and many more bits of information. Identify the who in this list.

The sports announcers
The two teams
The individual games
The quarterbacks

At first, I believed that it was the teams that were the who in this case. However, the correct answer was instead the individual games that they played in. How would I best determine the who in cases in any word problem?