Thus, we can say, “There is a windy day,” “There is a rainy day” or “It rains” but not “There is wind,” because there is no verb in the wind that refers to the weather. Okay, now, if I say “any student,” I`m going to use singular verbs, but if I say “every student,” what am I going to do? The singular verbs, or the verb in the plural? 5. If a subject is singular and plural, the verb corresponds to the nearest subject: 4. A unifying verb (`is`, `are`, `were`, `were`, `scheinen`, and others) corresponds to its subject, not to its supplement: 4. The words that come between the subject and the verb do not influence concordance: 3. We use a singular verb with distances, periods, sums of money, etc., when we are considered a unit: it is pleasant to pay attention to your lessons. It was clear and very simple because the lesson on the singular and plural with the verb to be. Thank you very much. Bye thanks Rebecca for the agreement of singular and plural verb James Manyang 1. For example, works of art (books, songs, paintings, etc.) with the plural subject use in their name a singular concordance: in the second, I would also choose the singular as the target “public” is a collective noun.
And depending on the type of English we speak, whether it is academic/British English or American English, the specialized verb will vary from one singular to another. That is what I think about it. Very encouraged opinion here Rebecca. 🙂 7. With words that indicate parts (“many,” “majority,” “some,” “all”), we are led by the Nostantiv to `von`. If the name is according to `de` singular, use a singular verb. If it`s plural, use a plural verb: Happy New Year Robecca! I`m so glad you have new lessons in your tube. Thanks:) Could you please tell me what the subjust chord and verb on 2/3? z.B. 2/3 students are or are are chinese? or 2/3 is not enough? The word “statistics” is even more difficult! If it is a university subject, it is an unnamed thing. If this is information about sth, it is a noun in the plural.
6. If one of the words “everyone,” “each” or “no” comes before the subject, the verb is singular. But depending on the context, some plural substrates may have a unique correspondence with verbs and vice versa. Hello Rebeca, thanks for the classes. Could you please teach the subject/verb agreement if we use pronuons like: NOBODY, ANYBODY, SOMEONE, ONE, NEITHER, SEVERAL, FEW, etc. Thank you very much! Rebeca 2. Some names, which end in `-s` (and with the pluralistic aspect), always have a unique match.