www.jiskha.com/search/index.cgi?query=n which one of the following sentences does the verb agree with the subject?
Which of the following sentences DOES NOT illustrate subject- verb agreement. 1
.Each of the players need a locker. 2.He said that the computer is broken. 3.
Underline the subjects and verb in the following sentences. 1. Rachel ... It should
be perfectly clear by now that all of us (do, does) not agree with the motion as it.
The following sentences have correct subject-verb agreement: A trail winds ... A
phrase is a group of related words that does not make a complete statement.
understand these special rules and after some practice, forming correct
sentences will be easy! 1. Make the verb agree with its subject, not with the word
We know that these 2 sentences are correct because we have learned the ...
These rules are correct, but there are times when subject-verb agreement isn't so
easy and clear. ... This also applies to not only. . .but also, and neither. . .nor.
Circle the subject in each of the following sentences. Then underline the ...
Exercise 1 is not difficult, but subject/verb agreement isn't always so easy. Things
Subject-verb agreement is one of the most common errors that people make.
Having a ... Other forms of regular verbs do not end in -s. ... In these sentences,
the verb form stays the same for the first person singular and the first person
Nov 21, 2012 ... What are the subjects in the following sentences? ... If you're not sure whether to
use a singular or a plural verb, think carefully about what the ...
The main (finite) verb of a sentence must agree with the Number and Person of
the ... of our sentence agree, it is, in fact, very easy once we learn the following
rules ... not take 's' or 'es' in Simple Present Tense to agree with plural subject '
May 10, 2011 ... Reviewing these skills will also help you prepare for the GED Essay and ...
Subject-verb agreement errors are very common. ... Always remember that the
verb should agree with the subject of the sentence, not with the noun(s) ...