What is the definition of subject verb agreement?

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Subject verb agreement is a type of a sentence structure in which both subject and verb have to be in accordance in number. This implies they should both be singular only or plural only but not both. This is the basic tenet of sentence construction.
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Subject verb agreement is where the verb in the sentence has the right form for the singular or plural subject. For example: Sally runs on the street. The subject (Sally) is singular
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Person in grammar explains to whom a sentence refers. In English, grammatical person goes hand in hand with grammatical number. Number tells you whether each grammatical person is
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Subjects and verbs must agree with one another in number, except when
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When the "number" of things in the subject agrees with the conjugation of the verb. Example: He goes to the gym (He is one person therefore 1st person singular) They eat
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Subject-verb agreement is when a singular noun has an accompanying singular verb, and a plural noun has an accompanying plural verb. For example, the bird is vs. the birds are.
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