Subjects and Verbs agreement is a must for any sentence.
Remember That The (Subject–Verb Agreement) Rules. If the subject is singular, the verb must be singular too. If the subject is plural, the verb must also be plural. … When there is one subject and more than one verb, the verbs throughout the sentence must agree with the subject.
- A Verb must agree with its Subject in Number and Person. .
- The verb must agree with the Subject when the Subject is the combination of two or more nouns or pronouns joined by ‘and’.
- When the Subject is formed by the conjunctions such as ‘with’ as well as, along with etc…’ the verb should be in singular form.
- Two singular Subjects connected by ‘or’ or ‘nor’ require a singular verb.
- The words ‘many, neither, many a, each, everyone, every etc..’ require only singular verbs.
- When the Subjects, joined by ‘or’ or ‘nor’, the verb agrees with the Subject which is near to the verb.