Demonstrates Subject-Verb Agreement

Correct the word in () in each sentence below, so that the subject and verb match 1.We (see) the Golden Bridge. See 2. (Bird) fly south for the winter. Birds 3.The bed (seated) under the window. 4. (She) adds the numbers to a machine. Which of the following sentences explains the correct subject verb or tense chord? one. Neither my team nor Sandra`s team are in the playoffs. B. A pair of shoes costs $4. C. How many times has she told you the same old story? D.

The grammatical sound, “agreement” can mean: A) Subject/Verb Convention B) pronoun convention C) tense agreement D) all above correct the following for subject verb agreement, tensions and fragments. 1.My car is very beautiful. 2. When he thought he could afford to pay his own tuition. 3.These students always make noise. 4. When I was young, I used it to play with dolls. What sentence shows the correct verb-subject chord? Which of the following sentences does not illustrate the subject-verb agreement. 1.Each player needs a locker. 2.Er said the computer was broken.

3.C is where the members of the occupation go. 4. We knew that rivers flowed south. 1.Each of the players need a good day, please help correct the following sentences for the subject verb chord, tension or fragment. When he thought he could afford to pay his own tuition. Going home now, as I wish I could get there before it started to rain. I write my homework Each of the following sentences has a grammatical error. Errors are found in one of four categories: subject-verb contract, run-on-set, verbform and tension or sentence fragment. Read each sentence and write down the nature of Error 1. Ignore the words in between, as they do not affect the agreement. 2.

If the two subjects are related by the ±, the verb is pluralistic in most situations, except that if the subjects related “all, ±” ± or error in paragraph 2 in the swimming features of Lee Carroll, and brush for the subject-verb-accord, right-arm-pull, left arm pull and breathing on the left side are for parallel and your Pronom-Anteced. Is that right? Ma`am, good morning! I want you to answer a question I don`t get from my English homework, and if you can explain to me what a subject-verbal agreement is in a simple way, maybe a tip or something for me to learn how to find out myself Which of the following sets shows a correct pronounector arrangement? one. Canada is proud of its hockey team. B. Both guys showed a good performance in his school game. c. Neither the girl nor her friends go to their party. d. Hows glass this for a subject verb agreement? Each instructor will participate in the conference next weekend.

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