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CONCORD. DEFINITION. Agreement of subject with verb. Singular subjects take on singular verbs. 1. Each / Each of (the children) 2. Everyone / Everybody 3. Nobody / No one / None of 4. Someone / Somebody 5. Anyone / anything / any. Singular subjects take on singular verbs.

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DEFINITION
  • Agreement of subject with verb
singular subjects take on singular verbs
Singular subjectstake on singular verbs
  • 1. Each / Each of (the children)
  • 2. Everyone / Everybody
  • 3. Nobody / No one / None of
  • 4. Someone / Somebody
  • 5. Anyone / anything / any
singular subjects take on singular verbs1
Singular subjectstake on singular verbs
  • 1. Sam, as well as Ali, wants…
  • 2. John, together with his brothers,
  • 3. Mary, in addition to the rest, has…
  • 4. Neither of the boys likes…
  • 5. Either of the twins is…
singular subjects take on singular verbs2
Singular subjectstake on singular verbs
  • Uncountable nouns: Time is…
  • Collective nouns: A gaggle of geese is…
plural subjects take plural verbs
Plural subjects take plural verbs
  • Some / some of…
  • Most / most of..
  • All
  • The boys…
  • The girl and boy…
singular subjects take on singular verbs3
Singular subjectstake on singular verbs
  • Neither Jane nor June…
  • Neither the girls nor Lin …
  • Either my father or my mother has…
  • Either my brothers or my cousin was…