thanks again…………. These exercises are not easy, but I know it will be of great help to me in improving my English skills. For quantifiers that indicate a part, for example.B. “many, a majority, a few, all”, the verb corresponds to the noun that comes according to the quantifier. That`s why we say “have a lot of people” and not “have a lot of people.” English is fun, isn`t it? 🙂 4. Sentences in parentheses () or commas are not part of the topic. Very well… Beautiful exercises. Thank you so much for such a wonderful site. If the subject of a sentence (z.B. “Me”) does not match the verb (z.B.

“are”), we say that the subject and verb do not match. In other words, you have a subject-verb convention error (SVA) which is a common mistake for English learners. If you are looking for a quiz in the subject-verb agreement, we have two for you. The first set of questions is fundamental and covers simple subjects composed with nouns or singular pronouns and verbs that must correspond depending on whether they are singular or plural. The second quiz deals with compound topics, complex sentences, and special nouns that adopt singular verbs. Here is the article to end all articles on the asubject-verb agreement: 20 rules of the subject-verb agreement. Students will be able to pass one quiz at a time by learning these rules. 15. Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while civics (is, are) Andreas` favorite subject….