In the English language, subjects and verbs must always match in number. Tip: `is` and `are` and `am` are different verb forms `to be`. This means that subjects and verbs must be either singular or plural! Tip: “to be” is an irregular verb, which is why the forms are so different from one another. You don`t follow any pattern. Great job of learning something about over-knowledge of subjects with the irregular verb “to be”. 🎉 Remember: you have to compare the form of “being” with the subject! This is called the subject-verb agreement. Fortunately, most verbs are not irregular. So, what is the pattern of regular verbs? Tip: “Agreement” means having no difference or seeing things the same way. If the subject is singular or he, she, he, add -s to the basic form. After a bit, you`ll probably just do it right without thinking about it.
Now try the practice to master what you have learned. 😺 Excellent audit work. Now we are learning something new. Tip: The singular means only one thing. Plural means more than one….