Questions tagged with subject-verb

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Plural verb or singular verb
Three parts of the lesson are yet to be completed
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Aug 26 by Binna
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Subject Verb Agreement
If a question has only one correct answer. Which is correct: 1. Which of the following option is correct? 2. ...
subject-verb 0 votes, edited Aug 24 by ARP
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One related to subject verb/adjective agreement
I'm trying to create an error message; someone I work with has posted an incorrect message, which I wish to ...
grammar english subject adjective subject-verb 0 votes, asked Aug 02 by Momo
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'us' or 'we' in a short reply
Hey all, One of those questions where one sounds better than the other but I feel it must surely be ...
Us WE subject-verb first-person plural +1 vote, asked Jul 20 by GT
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There is or There are?
(Talking about what a store sells.): There is also hot sauce, pictures, and souvenirs. "There is" sounds appropriate here, but ...
subject-verb there is-are Plurals +1 vote, asked Jul 01 by Haley
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Grammarly corrected "You are" to "You is." What the...?
Hey, Y'all! I just checked through a bit of text with the Grammarly app; ordinarily, I double and triple check ...
you is-are error subject-verb grammarly 0 votes, asked Jun 01 by A. Ghost
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subject-verb agreement
Hi, I need help for these three sentences: (i) Grace’s teachable spirit and enthusiasm to gain new knowledge was/were reflected ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Apr 26 by Maggie Ng
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Subject Verb Agreement
"In Russian, a finger and a toe is (or are?) one word." Subject = a finger and a toe (plural). ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Apr 23 by Paul Strider
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Which one should be considered a subject of the sentence?
Recently, one of my students asked me a question for which he needed to detect a grammatical error in a ...
grammar subject-verb agreement relative-clauses +1 vote, asked Apr 16 by John Song
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Quick subject identification.
What is the subject(s) of the following sentence? There is a house in new orleans whose veranda is lines with ...
subject subject-verb 0 votes, asked Feb 21 by Justin Oliver
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his vs their
Each student must bring thier books is correct or it should be each student must bring his books.
his their each subject-verb +1 vote, asked Feb 11 by Deepak Kushwaha
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Neither...nor
Can "neither...nor" be used for more than two things or people? Consider the sentence below: Neither she, I, nor my ...
neither-nor subject-verb +1 vote, asked Jan 31 by Abdul Quadir
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Subject + to be + Complement
Do the Subject and the Complement need to agree in number? Consider the following sentence: Our only guide was the ...
complement subject-verb 0 votes, edited Nov 18 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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Subject Verb Agreement
What is the correct verb?: Dana Smith and Dana Brown are one in the same but (are/is) Gina’s cousin not ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Oct 20 '15 by Glen glen.mac@gte.net
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About Subject Verb Agreement
Which one is correct? Does anybody has/have any idea? Does anybody has/have a idea? Warmest Regards Babar
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Sep 29 '15 by Babar Saeed
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subject verb agreement - "management and staff"
is it "the management and staff expresses..." or "the management and staff express..." I am conflicted between accepting the two ...
subject-verb management staff 0 votes, asked Aug 11 '15 by Kerri-Ann Forde
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subject verb agreement
Reading is fundamental. Books are fundamental. Which combined sentence is correct? Reading books is fundamental. or Reading books are fundamental.
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Jul 02 '15 by Jason Woods
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Subject-Verb Agreement With a List
In the following sentence: "Below is a list of changes that is required in order to successfully continue to transfer ...
subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked May 05 '15 by Charles Cantrell
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subject - verb agreement
when I make sentence which has one subject and two verbs, I am so confused. i.g. He is so angry ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Mar 01 '15 by sun
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subject-verb agreement
Which is correct: 1. Savings is a piece of cake. or 2. Savings are a piece of cake. I am ...
grammar subject-verb 0 votes, asked Oct 17 '14 by OWFGcreative
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subject-verb agreement
Which one or are both of these sentences correct grammatically? Spring and Fall cleaning usually gets people thinking about how ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Jul 24 '14 by J Johnson
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Subject-verb agreement
A colleague gave this explanation: The choice of a plural or singular verb is determined by the form taken by ...
subject-verb +1 vote, edited Jun 13 '14 by Joyce F
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subject and predicate
What are the subject and predicate for the following: I do not wish to see any mistakes in your work. ...
subject-verb -1 votes, asked Dec 21 '13 by sali
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subject-verb
What is the proper tense: During her investigation Rachel meeets Jack Powell, a supervisor at the Silverton Post Office and ...
subject-verb 0 votes, asked Dec 08 '13 by J.T. Bailey
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Subject Verb Agreement with "That"
Which is correct? I believe it is required of a pastor that he loves God and lets God lead him, ...
subject verb agreement subject-verb 0 votes, asked Jul 23 '13 by Becky Powers
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Subject-verb agreement
Why is it sometimes I see a definite article + subject, plural, listed + singular verb? For example, the time ...
subject-verb agreement plural 0 votes, asked Jun 06 '13 by Phoebe
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Should the verb agree with the subject or the object of the prepositional phrase?
A fellow proofreader and I disagree on this. Which method is correct: A or B? A: Rob is one of ...
subject-verb +2 votes, edited Nov 20 '12 by Edward
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subject verb agreement
One eligibility process and one ID card simplifies/simplify the administrative burden. I believe there are two subjects, therefore the correct ...
subjects verb subject-verb agreement 0 votes, asked Jun 26 '12 by Margaret
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