Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 7 Subject-verb agreement

What is the difference between the verb ‘has’ and the verb ‘have’?
What verbs do we use if two subjects are joined by ‘and’?
What verb do we use if the sentence begins with ‘there’?

Grade 6 Grammar Lesson 7 Subject-verb agreement (0)

The subject and the verb must agree with each other in a sentence. The verb be can act as an auxilliary or main verb. It has different forms in the present and past.

I – am/ was

he/ she/ it/ singular – is/ was

you/ we/ they/ plural – are/were

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