... and listens to ROCK MUSIC, and has no respect for the elder generation!
Crawling in my skin! These wounds, they will not heal! Fear is how I fall! Confusing what is real!
How are you supposed to pronounce generation, it doesnt sound like they are using enough sounds for letters
Does this mean "Your generation WEARS black clothes"? Because it seems odd to say they have them. All generations have some black clothing. It is just a matter of how frequently they wear them.
It can mean both, but I believe it would be understood as "wears". That's what I, a native Swedish speaker, put in and it was accepted.
Wear was not included in the choice of words so how did you insert that in
Yes, "has" is used for third person singular, so for he, she and it, as you say. In this sentence, "your generation" is an "it", so it uses "has".
This is a case of collectives. One would say your generation has left its mark on history but it is the members of the generation that have black clothes. The team is large means it has many members; the team are large means it is composed of members who are large. This is perhaps a fine point of proper English that is fading into oblivion.