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Subject-Verb Agreement Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade
The subject and the verb in a sentence need to agree or go together correctly. One boy plays basketball. Four boys play basketball.
If the subject is singular (only one), the present-tense verb has an –s or –es. Dad walks me to my car. Grandpa watches my game. The door slams shut.
Do not add –s or –es to a present-tense verb that tells about a plural (more than one) subject. Children work hard at school. The turtles swim in the pond. The boys run fast.
Let’s find the correct verbs together! The bird (chirp chirps) loudly. chirps
The men (clean, cleans) the cars. clean
The policeman (chase, chases) the bad guy. chases
The fisherman (catch, catches) a lot of fish. catches
Geese (fly, flies) south for the winter. fly
Mice (sleep, sleeps) in the cage. sleep
The fox (watch, watches) the rabbit. watches
Dad (play, plays) video games. plays
Let’s Review The subject and the verb must agree or go together correctly. One subject: verb has a –s or –es More than one subject : verb does not have a –s or –es.
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