• "Singular" means one of something but "plural" means more than one. Type the correct plurals into the spaces below and click the grey button at the bottom to see your score when you have finished all ten.

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  • Learn the topics about agreement and double negatives problem in English with the factsheets and then complete the worksheets for extra practice. For extra practice you can check Joanne's resume and correct her double negatives. When you've finished, take the self-test and check your answers to see how much you learned.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 15:22
  • Indefinite pronouns are words like: someone, all, both and some. If you know these words, but you are not sure how to use them, this lesson is for you. An exercise is included to test your ability.

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    Updated date: Thu, 08/25/2011 - 14:49
  • This is a great tutorial to help you identify singular and plural subjects and verbs, choose appropriate verbs to agree with singular, plural, and compound subjects, choose appropriate verbs to agree with collective noun subjects and check and apply your skills. It goes provides lots of examples and a test at the end to check your understanding.

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    Updated date: Wed, 08/20/2014 - 05:06
  • Comprehensive resource for learning and practicing noun-verb agreement. Includes singular/plural nouns, irregular nouns, count/non-count, quantifiers and agreement. Detailed explanations and quizzes.

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    Updated date: Tue, 09/02/2014 - 00:28
  • This section of the page talks about the agreement if the subject is gerund. It is simple but very clear.

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    Updated date: Fri, 12/09/2011 - 15:11
  • This site gives a tutorial on subject-verb agreement. It explains how to avoid common errors with compound subjects, misleading phrases between the subject and verb, words such as everybody, neither, someone, etc., and collective nouns, misleading singular nouns such as dollars, news, etc. There is a video and slides for you to listen to and get more practice.

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    Updated date: Wed, 08/20/2014 - 04:58
  • Watch the video to see how subjects and verbs have to agree in a sentence. There are fun examples and exercises to practice your understanding.

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    Updated date: Wed, 08/20/2014 - 04:46
  • An exercise on agreement with all, most, some, half, and part.

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    Updated date: Thu, 04/28/2011 - 12:54
  • It is an exercise on agreement. Understand the actual meaning of the subject is the key!

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    Updated date: Fri, 02/03/2012 - 10:24
  • A great, visually stimulating video that goes through subject-verb agreement. Fun illustrations, and a very interesting presentation style that keeps your focused and interested throughout the whole lesson. The teacher speaks very clearly and her explanations and audio is complemented extremely well by the video graphics and illustrations.

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    Updated date: Wed, 09/03/2014 - 02:31
  • Singular subjects need singular verbs; plural subjects need plural verbs. Go through the 12 points and learn correct subject-verb agreements in different types of sentences. See the section on Plurals for additional help with subject-verb agreement. There are 3 quizzes at the end to test your understanding.

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    Updated date: Wed, 08/20/2014 - 04:51
  • Subject-verb agreement is one of the first things you learn in English class. In this video lesson, you will learn some advanced cases of subject-verb agreement that confuse many learners.

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    Updated date: Wed, 09/03/2014 - 01:20

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