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Can you get me a subject verb agreement with rules and more examples for each
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Aarti Yadav 4 months, 3 weeks ago

Rule 3 Subjects that are joined by ‘and’ in a sentence, use a plural verb. Subjects that are joined by ‘either/or’, neither/nor’ use a singular verb. Examples: Radha and Meera are coming home. Neither Akshay nor Rohit is coming home. My dad or my mom is arriving today.Rule 2 The number of the subject (singular or plural) will not change due to words/phrases in between the subject and the verb. Examples: One of the glasses is empty. (Here, since the subject is ‘one’, the verb should be ‘is’). The bouquet of red roses smells so sweet. (Here, since ‘bouquet’ is the subject and not ‘roses’, the verb should be ‘smells’ and not ‘smell’)Rule 1 The verb and subject must agree in number (singular or plural) This means that if the subject is singular, the verb should be singular and if the subject is plural, the verb should also be plural. Examples: He plays football. (SINGULAR) They play football. (PLURAL)

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