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Here is a chance to see how well you know your subject-verb agreement. Follow the instructions below, and click on the question marks to test yourself.
Change the verb in each box so that it agrees with its subject (use the present tense):
Change the verbs so that they agree with their subjects (use the present tense):
Part 3: Read the following paragraph and change all the verbs so that they agree with their subjects (use the present tense):
Proofread the following comparison of pizza and tacos for agreement problems with third-person singular s. Make changes in the box, then click at the bottom to check your work.
Write a paragraph in the box below comparing either singing and dancing or the subway and buses. Then check your paragraph carefully for subject-verb agreement and third-person singular s.
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