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Adjectives can't take the plural form, even when they're used as nouns in the plural.
All meaning everything, takes a singular verb, all meaning everybody, takes a plural verb: All of us are present.
Names of languages are singular and always take a singular verb.
The demonstrative word (this/that etc.) must agree with its noun. In the example, kind is singular and so this must agree with it.