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I created the above worksheet for my students in an EAP (English for Academic Purposes) program. Students, you can do the exercises below. If you`re looking for a subject-verb match quiz, here are two for you. The first set of questions is simple and covers simple topics composed with singular nouns or pronouns and verbs that must correspond depending on whether they are singular or plural. The second quiz covers compound topics, complex sentences, and special nouns that adopt singular verbs. These subject-verb matching exercises with answers cover simple themes, just like composite topics that use “and” or “or” to connect individual topics. If the subject of a sentence (e.B” “I”) does not match the verb (e.B. “are”), we say that the subject and verb do not match. In other words, you have a subject-verb match error (SVA), which is a common mistake for English learners. These exercises help me improve my skills in this type of activity.
Thank you These exercises help a lot to do SO much for these, please do more if possible. We could hardly exist in a world without subjects and verbs living in harmony. None of our sentences would make sense. But with a strong understanding of subject-verb pairing, students can write a variety of different types of sentences. Beautiful exercises. I liked to answer it. It helps me improve my grammar. Thank you There are also other rules that are not listed above.
Try the following exercises and if you have any questions, please leave a comment. For each pair of sentences, write the correct form of the verb in parentheses below. Stick to the present and let yourself be guided by four agreeing tips and three special cases. These exercises have my knowledge of SVA.It was beautiful and very beneficial. I liked to answer it. Here is the article to finish all the articles on the agreement of the verb Asubject: 20 Rules of the Subject-Verb agreement. Students will be able to take one quiz at a time by learning these rules. In the next paragraph, identify the six errors in the subject-verb correspondence.
These three repetition exercises will give you the practice of applying the rules of subject-verb matching. After completing each exercise, compare your answers with the answers. The house, which has several windows, is located in the countryside. 9. The children and their mothers are missing. They can be set up to succeed by making sure you`ve covered the different types of names first. . Two singular nouns connected by ET result in a plural subject.
Similarly, the theme is the bird in the trees. This is one thing, so the verb will be “was”, not “were”. 5. George and Tamara (no, no) want to see this movie. 4. Either my shoes or your coat (is, is) always on the floor. 3. Everyone / Someone / Everyone / Person / etc are singular subjects. Once your students have a solid understanding of topics, predicates, and objects, they will be well prepared to move on and create complex, masterful sentences. . Thank you for helping us improve our English skills. Englishcurrent.com supports Grammarly as a learning tool.
Undoubtedly very useful to overcome at least insensitive grammatical errors. Your right, but I never passed any of the tests, I mean, I made at least one mistake in the answers to the questions. Sincerely, Rishita 🙂 Many chickens are the answer. Although I don`t understand how we can write, we are with a loy. 2. Many mangoes and bananas are available this season. 1. Both candidates oppose higher defence spending. Neither of the candidates (against) the war in Iraq.2. None of these phones belong to me. One of the phones (belongs) to Merdine.3. Most students take all their classes in the morning.
No one (takes) lessons after 2:00.4. One of my hobbies is collecting shopping bags. My hobbies (are) unusual.5. Gus and Merdine want a trial separation. None of them (wants) to leave the apartment.6. None of the players admit that they made a mistake. Both players (admit) that someone made a mistake.7. Both the director and the assistant were fired.
Neither the manager nor the assistant (were) notified.8. Where is your little brother? Several pages of my diary (his) are missing.9. Professor Legree often takes long walks in the rain. The lights in his house (turn on) at midnight.10. Students at the back of the room play poker during breaks. The student sits next to the refreshment solitaire (game). A. Instructions for use: Choose the correct verb in these sentences. 2. My mother or father (is, are) come to the meeting. (1) Replace “Stop for a drink” with “Stops for a drink”; (2) replace “prefer to work” with “prefer to work”; (3) replace “people do not understand” with “people do not understand”; (4) Replace “You have a chimney” with “You have a chimney”; (5) replace “Remembering the poorest children” with “remembering the poorest children”; (6) Replace “The child always believes” with “The child always believes”. 3.
A dictionary and atlas are missing from the library. 2. In inverted sentences, the verb corresponds to the noun that comes after . . .