Posted by: clarken | April 29, 2010

Subject-Verb Agreement

Now we know that each sentence must have a subject and predicate. But it is imperative that the VERB, which kicks off the predicate, agrees with that subject.

We can’t say: Alexa agree with Genesis. We must say: Alexa agrees with Genesis.

Click HERE to watch a movie about Subject-Verb Agreement. Then practice what you’ve learned with the game below.

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