Add the correct form of verbs in parentheses in the following sentences: 1. The new planes………… Very quickly. (Mouches) 2. The river………. It`s good in the summer. (see) 3. These mangoes………. Freshness. (see) 4. A friend of mine………… In the same school as me. (Read) 5.
The owners of this factory ………… very rich and she ………. in big houses. (be, live) Existential phrases are so sensitive to subject-verbal errors that you should monitor each. Look at the name of the existential verb to see if it is plural. If this is the case, check that the verb agrees with this plural subject. In this respect, the choice seems to be very clear. The composite subject of the pencils and a little paper does not seem sufficient of an established unit to be replaced by it. Therefore, the sentence must be corrected: Present Tense A verb must correspond in number and in person with its subject. (a) If the subject is a third person is singular, most English verbs end in -s or -it, but there is no -s or -it with the demplural of the third person. He goes to school. You go to school.
(b) A single subject is sometimes confused as plural, z.B. if (it starts with (one either, neither, etc.). Remember that they should be considered singular. Every one of you is wrong. None of them work here. A teacher teaches English. In the seven sentences given above, the respective verbs “write,” “cross,” “read,” “kill,” “create,” “gave” and “sell” need their respective objects to make the sentences meaningful. So all these verbs are transitory verbs. Few other “transitive verbs” are: build, wear, start, bear, eat, choose, eat, find, forget, feed, drink, drink, deal, hang on, give, give, have, hold, ride, lend, know, learn, win, fly, weave, close, distribute, etc. The most common cause of subject-verb errors is when the verb corresponds to the nearest semantic noun and not to the more distant actual subject. Whenever you have a sentence or clause with a long or complicated Nov phrase topic, it`s probably worth checking your time for lost subject errors. Jump from the verb to the first name in the sentence or badge.
Cut this name with the verb to see if it is useful as a subject. There`s a good chance that`s the real issue. If it doesn`t make a valid topic, work through the theme name phrase from left to right until you find the real topic. It won`t be far. As you can see, the effect of each of these postnoun modifiers is to move the subject-substantial of the birds from the verb singing. Compound themes formed with one of the three remaining coordination conjunctions (or … or, or, or… )) are governed by a more complex rule: the verb corresponds only to the second of the two subjects.