|CUNY WriteSite||Hot Spots - Watch Your S|
|Agreement » Explain » Study|
|The basic idea:
• In the present tense, third person singular subjects, which usually do not end in S, always work with verbs that do end in S.
Watch the S for a demonstration:
How we do it:
Take a look at the following sentences, answer the questions, and click the button near each one to test yourself:
The concert starts at 3.
Jugglers appear in Kissena Park every Friday.The Tricky Parts:
There are only a few tricky things to watch out for. »
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