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From a formal English standpoint? I don't think so if so. You can use an adjective to describe the team, like "That team is forceful." Force is only a noun/verb.
What about as a metaphore? " That team is a force "
Then it's fine.
I need to brush up more on English since I don't know exactly why this is, but it's like:[noun] [is/are] [adjective]: The team is forceful. Apples are tasty.[noun] [is/are] a [noun]: The team is a force. Apples are a fruit.
Or I think it has to do with matching singular/plural nouns in the second case.[subject] is/are a [singular noun]: The teams are a force. An apple is a fruit.[subject] is/are [plural noun]: The teams are forces. Apples are fruits.
No, because force is either a noun or a verb, not an adjective, which is what's needed in that construction.
Doesn’t make much sense to me lol
Can you please help me
What does it mean?Like your team is the best?
That doesn't make any sense at all! Who says that?
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