The author failed to obtain the subject-verb agreement because he assumed that the plural sentence “subjects and verbs” was the subject of the sentence. Thus, it conjugats the verb “being” in the plural form (“are”). However, the very theme of the sentence is “concordant,” a single nostantif. Thus, he should have used the singular conjugation, as in the following sentence: Often, the verb does not directly follow the subject, which can lead to errors of concordance. Make sure the verb matches the right subject, especially in long sentences with sentences or clauses between the subject and the verb. 10. Collective names are words that involve more than one person, but are considered singular and adopt a singular verb, such as group, team, committee, class and family. 7. Names such as citizens, mathematics, dollars, measles and news require singular verbs. The following sub-part will address other difficult conditions for the rules of agreement between subjects and verbs.
In addition, the rules of the subject-verb agreement may depend on the proximity of the verb to an element within a compound subject, as in the comparative structures “either/or” and “neither/or.” This can be seen in the following examples: Here is the phrase “orders” of additional information, which means that “everyone” is the topic. As “everyone” means “everyone,” the subject is limited to one member of the “orders” group. The sentence requires the singular conjugation of conjugation (“is”). Most unspecified pronouns are treated as specific topics. However, some are still treated as plural, as they cover several items or amounts. A plural verb makes more sense because the emphasis is on the individual staff. All sentences require a subject and a verb. When you say “I am,” you identify yourself (“I”) as a subject and as an act of being (“am”) as a verb. Even a one-word imperative phrase (z.B” Go! “) has both a subject and a verb, because the spokesperson implicitly asks someone or a group (i.dem subject) to perform an action (i.e. the verb “go”). Subjects and verbs must be “consensual” in numbers (singular or plural) and in person.