10. There are five pencils in this field. (Use a pluralistic verb there if the next noun is plural.) 4. The following verbs may be regular or irregular: stop – stopped; Plan – planned; rub – grated. 1. If the past of participation did not end in -ed (z.B. I saw/saw, etc.), the verb is irregular. For some irregular verbs, the three forms (infinitive, past and past participation) are the same, for example Hit: Don`t Meet Me. (infinitely) What and the goods The verbs were and were also forms of verb. What is the simple past of tender and is. The use was with the pronouns I, him, her and her, and with singu-lar Substantive.

What is the simple past sen. The use were with the pronouns you, us and them, and with plural nouns. A. Directions: Use the current form of the verb in parentheses, which correspond in number to theme. Example: Rule 9: For collective subtantives such as the group, the jury, the family, the public, the population, the verb may be singular or plural depending on whether a large part of the audience intends the author. Examples Rule 7: Use a single verb with distances, periods, sums of money, etc. if they are considered a unit. Examples 3. The poet and singer is always very punctual. (Here we use a singular verb, because both names refer to the same person. Note that the article is only used once.) Rule 5a: Sometimes the subject is separated from the verb by such words, as with, as well as, next, no, etc.

These words and phrases are not part of the subject. Ignore them and use a singular verb if the subject is singular. Example Rule 2: Two distinct topics that are linked by or, either, or by a single verb. Examples The basic rule of subject-verb concord is that a singular subject (the doer of an action spoken of in the sentence) always adopts a singular verb (the action accomplished in the sentence), while a plural subject always adopts a plural verb. Example: Question 1. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. Question two. Choose the right verb and fill in the spaces: Rule 6: In sentences that start here or there, the real subject follows the verb. Examples of explanation: „Also“ suggests the singular theme (Sunil); That`s why „is“ is right.

(`Also`- Noun (e) are not part of the subject) Question 3. Circle the correct verb in each of the sentences below. 2. For other irregular verbs, the past is simply the same as the participatory past (but different from the infinitive).