Understanding Agreement Of Relative Pronouns And Verbs


(Be careful – while an s on a noun usually denotes a plural, an s on a verb does not make the verb plural.) examples of how the verb changes in the third person singular; Note that even irregular auxiliary verbs (to have, to be, to do) to add an s – a, is, has been done – in the third person singular: observe the subject-verb concordance in your sentences. Here are other examples of the use of relative pronouns which, and that: can only be used in relatively restrictive rates (see below) When a noun is modified by a relative set, the verb must correspond in number to the noun. If the changed noun is part of a complex sentence, you may be tempted to match the verb to the nearest noun. But it can sometimes change the meaning. .

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