14 Indeterminate pronouns: PlurielA indeterminate pronoun is always plural: the two, many, few, others, several. An indeterminate pluralistic pronoun adopts the plural form of the verb. For example, many people want fruit for dessert. 16 Choose the right verbThe most students (go, go) to Tony for snacks. 2. None of us (is, is) go. 3. Everyone is welcome at the concert. 6 Present Tenses: PronomsIf the subject is a singular pronoun (him, her), add -s or — he to the Verb Examples Singular Subject: He likes to draw.
Subject plural: You like to draw. Nine questions? 1. What do you add to themes that are contemporary or pronouns? 2. What form of a verb should be used if the subject is me or you? Author – Andy Morrall Subject-verb Convention Expert System Objective: This expert system program should show you how to change that. The purpose of language teaching – To check the verbs and agreement on the subject. 5 Present Tenses: Nouns Ass -s or -es to the present tense of the verb when the subject is a singular noun. Emily`s dog always barks after the cookies. Plural theme: Both dogs bark for cookies. 7 Present Tenses: PronomSIf the subject is me or you, use the plural form of the verb. Examples I love Thanksgiving dinner with my family.
Do you like Thanksgiving? 2 Verb Subject AgreementContent Area: Language Arts Grade Level: 9-12 Summary: The purpose of this PowerPoint Content Standards: EL.1 Demonstrate knowledge of standard English use, mechanics, spelling and sentence structure. Learning objective: The student uses a verb bench to complete each game, measured with 90% accuracy on the activity. Completion: After this lesson, students will write sentences with consistent subjects and verbs. 18 Conclusion Today`s lesson explains the subject-verb agreement and how the names in the subject and the verbs in the predicate must change shape to ensure that they agree. Please see the following links for more information and activities: 13 indeterminate pronouns Some indeterminate pronouns may be singular or plural depending on their use. They are all, all, most and none. A singular example: all the money is safe in the bank. In the plural: All the boys go to the concert.