Now is the time to accept these verbs with a negative contraction of the subject! Can your student grant these annoying subjects and verbs? Your student decides what form the verb should be used in a sentence. Find all our working sheet verbs, from verbs as action words to conjugal verbs, verbs and irregular verbs. This worksheet contains some of the most commonly used verbs for the adaptation of the subject and the verb. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. In correct English, both spoken and written, a subject and a verb must agree. Just as a subject can be plural or singular, a verb or a predicate can also be plural or singular. If the subject is plural, the verb must also be plural, and so must nouns to nouns and individual subjects; The verb must be singular. The following worksheets can be displayed and downloaded to print by clicking on the title. You can use them either at home or in class.
Here is a more demanding worksheet on the subject and verbal agreement. The activity includes some delicate pronouns. False verbs and false names are a common spelling error. In these worksheets, students are asked to choose the form of the verb corresponding to the name. 8. Man with all the birds (live, live) on my way. 15. Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while Civics (is) Andreas the preferred subject. 19. There were fifteen candies in that bag. Now there`s only one left! 10.
Players, as well as the captain, (wants, wants) to win. 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. 21. Committee members (management, management) have very different lives in the private sector. 5. George and Tamara (no, no) want to see this film. 22.
The Prime Minister, together with his wife, cordially greets the press. 9. The film, including all previews, (take, takes) about two hours to see. 20. The Committee (debate, debate) has carefully addressed these issues. 23. All CDs, even scratched, (are) in this case. 4. Either my shoes or your coat (is, are) always on the floor. 16.
Eight dollars (is, is) the price of a movie these days.