Here is a more demanding worksheet for matching topics and verbs. The activity contains some delicate pronouns. This means that subjects and verbs must be either singular or plural! In the English language, subjects and verbs must always match in number. In correct English, in words as in writing, a subject and a verb must match. Just as a subject can be plural or singular, a verb or predicate can also be plural or singular. If the subject is plural, the verb must also be plural, and the same for nouns and singular subjects; The verb must be singular. The following worksheets can be viewed and downloaded for printing by clicking on the title. They can be used either at home or in the classroom. Now it`s time to match these verbs to a negative contraction with the subject! Great job of learning something about over-knowledge of subjects with the irregular verb “to be”. 🎉 advice: “Agreement” means having no difference or seeing things the same way. Tip: “to be” is an irregular verb, which is why the forms are so different from one another. You don`t follow any pattern.
This worksheet contains some of the most abused verbs for the surreality of subjects and verbs. Tip: `is` and `are` and `am` are different verb forms `to be`. Can your student agree with these troublesome topics and verbs? Your student will decide which form of the verb to use in a sentence. Fortunately, most verbs are not irregular. So, what is the pattern of regular verbs? Remember: you have to compare the form of “being” with the subject! This is called the subject-verb agreement. Tip: The singular means only one thing. The plural means more than one. After a bit, you`ll probably just do it right without thinking about it. If the subject is singular or he, she, he, add -s to the basic form.
Now try the practice to master what you have learned. 😺 Excellent audit work. Now we are learning something new….