A worksheet for students to practice their skills at ensuring that the verb in a sentence agrees with its subject.
Concord in English is full of traps for the unwary and these exercises aim to establish a few guidelines and provide examples in an unambiguous way.
The task carefully works through various tricky grammar scenarios with a range of sentences for practice.
Included is an exercise on whether to use a proper noun/pronoun and 'I' or a proper noun/pronoun and 'me' as in 'Alice and I collected mussels.' or 'They collected mussels for him and me.'
This resource might also be very helpful for students whose home language is not English.
A memorandum supplies recommended responses.
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