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  • Compound Subjects and Predicates

    Compound Subjects and Compound Predicates A sentence might have more than one simple subject or simple predicate. A compound subject is two or more simple subjects that have the same predicate. The subjects are joined by and‚ or‚ but‚ or both…and‚ or either…or‚ or neither…nor. Charlotte Brontë and Emily Brontë were sisters. When the two simple subjects are joined by and or by both…and‚ the compound subject is plural. Use the plural form of the verb to agree with this plural compound

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  • Subject Verb Agreement

    Subject Verb Agreement The Basic Rules To ensure subject and verb agreement‚ the basic rules to follow are: 1.Identify the real subject. The subject is the person or object that is described by a verb‚ or that performs the action of a verb. 2.Determine whether the subject is singular or plural. 3.Use the matching form of the verb (singular or plural). We will now go to specific cases and the corresponding rules o Subject-Verb Agreement. 1.When the Subject and verb are separated Find

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    SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT  1.When a singular and plural subject are connected by either/or or neither/nor‚ put the plural subject last and use a plural verb.  Example: Neither Jenny nor the others are available.  2.Sometimes the subject is separated from the verb by words such as along with‚ as well as‚ besides‚ or not. Ignore these expressions when determining whether to use a singular or plural verb.  Examples: The politician‚ along with the newsmen‚ is expected shortly. Excitement‚ as well

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  • Subject and verb agreement

    SUBJECT AND VERB AGREEMENT Compound Subjects joined by Neither Nor …. Either Or …. Which of the two sentences are correct ? Either the dog or the kids were making a racket downstairs. Either the dog or the kids was making a racket downstairs. What is Compound Subject/s When a sentence ?has two or more subjects‚ that’s called a “compound subject.” The individual subjects in a compound subject are joined by a  coordinating conjunction  (and‚ or‚ neither‚ nor‚ Example: Neither the cake nor the

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  • Subject and Verbs Prepositional Verbs

    Context: Introduction The subject rule Multi-word verbs Phrasal verbs Prepositional verbs Phrasal-prepositional verbs Multi-word verbs compared to verb + PP combinations Intransitive verbs Intransitive vs. causative verbs Copula constructions Different phrase types used as complement Refrences Verb complementation types   A clause consists basically of the predicate verb and its complements (additional expressions needed to ‘complete’ the sense of the main verb)

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  • whats a subject in a sentence spanish

    What a subject is of a sentence: The subject of a sentence is the person‚ place‚ thing‚ or idea that is doing or being something. You can find the subject of a sentence if you can find the verb. What the verb is in a sentence: The verb usually follows the subject and identifies an action or a state of being. What the direct object is in a sentence: The object that directly receives the action of the verb. Example1: Bill hit the ball. "Ball" receives the action of the verb "hit

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  • subject management system

    enrollment form and searching your subject for the semester can be time consuming. Students and parents who are enrolling feel tiring-out of that enrollment process. You can’t avoid this to happen because this is the procedure and you must follow it. This is usually happen in most colleges‚ universities‚ even in high school and elementary school. To lessen those time consume in manual enrollment process our team is introducing the PCTSMS (Philippine College of Technology Subject Management System). This system

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  • Should Subjects Taken by Students Be Decided by Their Country or Themselves?

    Should subjects taken by students be decided by their country or themselves? Discuss both views and support your arguments with relevant examples or your own experience. Write at least 250 words. Recent years have witnessed sharp rise of complaints from students about rigidity of academic syllabus established by national educational department‚ which has aroused a heated debate about whether government is in a better position than students to decide subjects for them to study. Views vary a lot

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  • NM2203 Subject outline SP2 2015

    2015 Subject Outline Subject Name: Digital Storytelling Subject Code: NM2203 Study Period: 2 Study Mode: Online Campus: Online Subject Coordinator: Eduardo De La Fuente We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters where our university is located and actively seek to contribute and support the JCU Reconciliation Statement‚ which exemplifies respect for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait cultures‚ heritage‚ knowledge and the valuing of justice

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  • Subject Matter Jurisdiction

    Inside Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction Gregory Flink AIU Online Inside Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Personal Jurisdiction When analyzing the word jurisdiction‚ it is important to note how this word divides itself amongst two different categories: personal and subject matter jurisdiction. The main and most abstract difference between these two different types of jurisdictions is that personal jurisdiction authorizes the court to acquire personal jurisdiction over the

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