Hello Adams, I need help in English. This is my topic of the week. I fought with my English through school and life. Please help me. I need this course to pass my PRACTICE TEST II. Thanks, Della If there are two different topics, use it. If both elements form a theme, the usage is. Is that what you mean? What if I wanted to build a set of two or more subjects, which are both existing participations? For example: “It seems that it is of the utmost importance to approach the problem from this or that perspective and to focus on the multidimensional.” (I know it`s not most. This may be an example, but I hope you know what I`m driving with anyway.) Personally, I would use “seems”, as the second topic (or maybe a clause) is a bit deviant – it only adds additional information. In addition, it is separated by commas. Would the sentence be the right one? What topic should I use if the sentence is not a comma? A composite verb occurs when two verbs are needed to fully explain the action performed by the subject. Individual verbs can be connected by a coordinated conjunction. You should almost always use a plural veneer when you have formed a subject composed with “and”.
For example: 2. If two or more singular nouns or pronouns are linked by or not, use singular verbage. When the subjects are related by “and”, the verb corresponds to the pronoun “them”. VERB RULE OF THE SUBJECT #1 Two or more singular (or plural) subjects connected by a pluralistic subject, which act as a plural subject and take a plural verb (singular + singular = plural). Finally, the creation of a question sometimes means that the subject also follows the verb. Identify the subject here, then select the verb that conforms to it (singular or plural). I didn`t know I had to make so many mistakes on this topic. Until you came to enlighten us with your glow! Thank you, Adam! As always, your help is much appreciated! If you make a subject composed with “or” or “nor”, the correct verb depends on the term closest to the verb. If it is a singular noun, we use a singular verb. For example, this is a good lesson! Some time ago, I asked you a question about compoud and you told me that you were preparing a video about it.
Thank you for keeping your prom. I had never seen a lesson with this approach. What if one part of the compound subject is singular and the other is plural? 5. Don`t be misled by a sentence that is between the subject and the verb. The verb is in agreement with the subject, not with a noun or pronoun in the phrasing. Indeterminate pronouns can pose particular problems when adapting subjects. In the first sentence, the subject is “Beth.” In the second sentence, “you” is the subject. In both sentences, the subject is occupied by the activity of reading.
However, the rules of the agreement apply to the following auxiliary countries when used with a main contract: is-are, was-were, has-have, does-do. . . . .