Verb Agreement By Dear Sir

I hurt number 5 with the explanation „In simple questions, the verbs according to „do/do/did“ must be the basic form.“ Why number 7 „Do you know someone who wants to come“ is right and not „wants to come“.“ It confused me a little 🙂 One of them talks about the „There“ model – there`s a gift and some flowers on the table. Should we use a plural verb in this sentence, since there are two names here that are bound by „and“? I ask, because S some people say that a singular verb should be used as the first name in the sentence („gift“) is singular. And the second question concerns the following sentence: Our target audience is (?) English teacher. I would choose „is“ because „public“ is a unique subject. Am I right or not? 🙂 1. For singular assembled subjects that are related to and, use a plural verb. Thus, we can say, „There is a windy day,“ „There is a rainy day“ or „It rains“ but not „There is wind,“ because there is no verb in the wind that refers to the weather. But I`m confused because we have the auxiliary verb „do,“ maybe in „Does anyone want one?“ so I thought this example would be the same. Happy New Year Robecca! I`m so glad you have new lessons in your tube. Thanks:) Could you please tell me what the subjust chord and verb on 2/3? z.B.

2/3 students are or are are chinese? or 2/3 is not enough? Thank you for your help. ihave a question about (da). it`s an obligation that we use verb to be there in the past??????? Z.B.: There was a gift. (we can`t say) There`s a present. h wait for your reply thank you professor, I love your class on the theme / verb agreement. I have to take more quiz. You must use a single subject with a singular verb and a plural subject with a plural verb. When this happens, we say that the subject and the verb coincide. Isn`t that beautiful? Thank you very much, you help me understand about use verb.but I think you wrote example for all people underatand.i I hope I will speak English well one day.nice a good day.thank you „everyone“ is a unique pronoun.

As this is a simple topical question, you must use the third singular for the verb „desire.“ As in, „he wants,“ „she wants,“ etc. thanks to Alex. I have to say that it helps me a lot. I`ve always had problems with the subject agree Hello Rebeca, thanks for teaching. Could you please teach the subject/verb agreement if we use pronuons like: NOBODY, ANYBODY, SOMEONE, ONE, NEITHER, SEVERAL, FEW, etc. Thank you very much! Rebeca Thanks Alex. I`ve had 90. I was confused with the word does. I have a question. What is the verb used if the sentence says: „Every boy and every girl must take the test. Does he have or have it? I`m confused.

Do I stick to the word „EACH“? Please enlighten me. Thank you very much. Subject verb chord seems simple at first glance, but if we run with some of these pronouns, when the problem occurs … Thank you alex Is each noun reensable each -determine – plural noun is the determinant of use that allows us to use the plural noun and the singular verb? Could you clear up that doubt? „He went to America“ means that he has regularly visited America from the past to the present.