I have to go around the simple subject, find the verb, decide if it`s right, and if not, I have to put the verb right in its place. (Verb-subject agreement) The roar of the lions resounds over the meadows. What is the phrase of the subject verb agreement? Peer editing academic sewing works require critical thinking and diplomacy. Peer editing academic sewing works require critical thinking and diplomacy. Subject-verb relationship Which sentence indicates the correct subject-verb agreement? (1 point) A. My stamp collection is extensive. B. The herds of beef are huge! C. The library staff are very helpful.
D.The crew of the workers finishes the work. What sentence contains a gelatin? (1 point) A. The number one leader in the races for his team is first to beat in today`s game. B. While playing baseball with his friends, Noah decided he needed a new racket and a new glove. C. A hobby of people who enjoy summer is small league baseball games at Hometown Park. D.
Some baseball teams have succeeded because they acquire players who reach their highest potential. What sentence contains a participatory expression? (1 point) A. Could you help us plan the trip? B. I want to go to the new mountain resort. C. During the winter break, we ski. D. I was looking for my sweater in the closet. What is the phrase of a pronost and its predecessor that correspond in number and number? (1 point) A. My cousin is getting married and she`s very excited. B.
My mother gave me a new book because they have an interesting plot. C. Our neighbours are celebrating his son`s birthday today. D. Kerry and Sarah wanted a pizza, but she didn`t agree on the toppings. What phrase has the right Pronovitch and the prior vote? (1 point) A. Because the brothers were tired, he forgot to close the door, and the dog ran away. B.
While the neighbors walked into the store, they dropped their money and the wind blew it. C. When the teachers arrived at the school, she saw the students writing in chalk. D. Carol wanted to get out, but it was raining and she couldn`t find our raincoat. Read the following sentence, written in a passive voice. “A lot of mistakes were made today,” the coach said after the team`s defeat.