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What are subjects verbs?

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You must be talking about subject-verb agreement. The subject and verb must agree in number: both must be singular, or both must be plural. Problems occur in the present tense because one must add an -s or -es at the end of the verb when the subjects or the entity performing the action is a singular third person: he, she, it, or words for which these pronouns could sub.

The subject and verb must agree in number: both must be singular, or both must be plural.Most likely, your verb will agree with the first noun to the left of the verb: example: The Supreme Court judge decides the appropriate penalty. Thanks,


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Subject-verb usually refers to subject-verb agreement, which means that the subject and verb must agree in number. For example, "The student sings." but "The students sing."

In Spanish, verbs that are in subjective form that indicate willingness, emotion, doubt and denial.

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