Verb Agreement Exercises

These words always have the plural form of the verb: Combine the following sentences with an appropriate form of the verb indicated in the parentheses. These words are irregular plural names (names that are not made by adding -s) and they adopt the plural form of the verb: the subject-verb chord is one of the first things you learn in English class: In this English lesson, you will learn some more advanced cases of subject-verb agreement that confuse many learners. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. . 7. One of my sisters (east, are) on a trip to France. 2. Either my mother or my father (east, are) come to the assembly. 6. The brothers and their sister are good at studying. .

2. Many mangoes and bananas are available this season. “Half of the students come from another country.” 3. A dictionary and an atlas are missing from the library. . 4. Either my shoes or your coat (is, are) always on the floor. 21. Committee members (management, management) have very different lives in the private sector. “I don`t know if there`s anyone in the office right now.” These themes are also unique, although they speak of a group of people.

To refer to a single member of the police, we can say policeman or police — or the term neutral from a gender point of view. These words can be singular or plural depending on what follows them! There is a debate about the word “data”! Technically, the data are plural (the singular shape is “date”). But in common usage, people often treat “data” as “information” – like a myriad of nostun that takes on a singular form. So both forms are correct: “The data is correct” and “The data is accurate.” To learn more about the “data debate,” click here and here. “40% of people don`t support the new law.” 5. George and Tamara (no, no) want to see this film. 23. All CDs, even scratched, (are) in this case. 15. Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while Civics (is) Andreas the preferred subject.

“Men don`t usually like to buy clothes.” 16. Eight dollars (is, is) the price of a movie these days.