Present Simple Subject Verb Agreement Exercises

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Place the correct form of the verb in parentheses in the space following the themes. An important rule to know is that in the present tense subjects and verbs must agree in the number. This means that the verb has a s at the end or not, depending on the subject. Here`s a simple formula: In general, add -s at the end of the verb for the subjects of the third person, He/she/Es. But for the themes I / You / We / They, the verbs remain in the basic form (no change). Search and highlight themes and verbs in the next paragraph. The verbs should all be in the current form. Fix the problems with the subject verb agreement. Let`s see if you got it. Fill the spaces with the verb that matches the theme. learn how to use frequency adverbs to describe how often we do things. For each question, select the answer you think is right.

Subject (No S) – Verb (S) Singular No s at the end (not plural) Always finishes in SHe/She/It (is, has) (was – only beyond the singular) Test your understanding of the order of adjective words in sentences. Example: (sing.) (sing.) (Pluriel) (Pluriel) Deborah Tannen (said) that women and men (speak) differently. Dr. Miller notes in his article that men and women are different emotionally and physically. She thinks men avoid emotional problems, but women are more compassionate and sensitive. Miller places himself above both sexes. They act and act very differently on the lines of communication. Women tend to view problems in different ways, but men view problems only objectively.

I know that in the United States, this point is quite true, because the husband always talks about sports, whereas the wife wants to talk about relationships and feelings. Men usually make a lot of jokes and they like to talk in public, but women are much more serious and they never talk in public. Subject (S) – verb (No S) The plural has finished (is plural) No S on the endI/You/We/They (have are) (were only beyond the plural).

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