Subject Verb Agreement - Exceptions
Should we use "see" or "sees" in the following sentence:
If a child see an advertisement, he might be greatly influenced by its contents.
'Sees' is the correct verb to agree with the subject 'child'. The exception to having the verb and subject agree is the subjunction mood, but that is not applicable to this sentence. Read about the subjunctive mood and how it is used.
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