A reader wanted to know if this sentence contained correct grammar:
"Playing music games requires an intense focus on the separate elements of a song..."
He was mostly interested in knowing if "requires" was the correct verb. The answer is yes.
Here are some other examples:
Singing in the shower is fun.
Singing songs in the shower is fun.
It becomes plural if you have an "and":
Singing and dancing in the shower are fun.
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