Subject Verb Agreement

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Age: 5-10
Level: 1
Language: English (en)
ID: 1027778
24/05/2021
Country code: TT
Country: Trinidad & Tobago
School subject: Grammar (1061914)
Main content: Plural nouns and Plural verbs (1385846)
From worksheet author:

Choosed the correct verb

Worksheet description:
Objective Explanation:
This worksheet on Subject-Verb Agreement aims to reinforce students' understanding of matching plural nouns with plural verbs in English grammar. By identifying the correct verb form to use based on the number of persons or things being referred to in a sentence, students will enhance their ability to maintain grammatical consistency in their writing and communication.

Content Overview:
The main focus of this worksheet is on practicing the agreement between plural nouns and plural verbs. Students will encounter sentences where they need to choose the appropriate verb form that agrees with the plural subject. Through this exercise, they will develop a stronger grasp of subject-verb agreement rules and apply them accurately in their own writing.

Language and Educational Level Context:
Designed for students at the 2nd Year level, this worksheet caters to individuals who have a foundational knowledge of English grammar and are ready to delve deeper into subject-verb agreement concepts. The language used is accessible and structured to support students in consolidating their understanding of how plural nouns and plural verbs interact in sentences.

Subject Relevance:
As an integral component of Grammar studies, subject-verb agreement plays a crucial role in ensuring the coherence and clarity of written and spoken English language. By mastering this aspect of grammar, students can effectively communicate their ideas and thoughts with precision and accuracy, enhancing their overall language proficiency.

Instructions:
The instructions provided by Miss Louis prompt students to pay attention to the relationship between plural nouns and plural verbs, emphasizing the importance of matching them correctly. By highlighting the rule that plural verbs do not end in S and encouraging students to consider the number of persons or things in a sentence, the instructions guide learners through the process of selecting the right verb form. The examples presented further illustrate how plural nouns and plural verbs should be aligned, prompting students to apply this knowledge in completing the sentences provided on the worksheet.

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Subject Verb Agreement

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