Subject-Verb Agreement

Isn’t it nice when things agree? In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby introduce you to the concept of subject-verb agreement and how it works in sentences. First, find out the difference between singular and plural nouns and verbs. You’ll also learn what it means when a subject and a verb agree, and you’ll find out how to check if your sentence is correct. Finally, you’ll discover what it means when a verb ends in ‘s,’ and why nouns make themselves plural a little differently. It’s an ugly world when subjects and verbs can’t agree - so learn how to help them get along!

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