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Subjectverbagreedment

  1. 1. Step One: Identify the Subject Step Two: Choose the Correct Verb
  2. 2. Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  3. 3. Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  4. 4. Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  5. 5. A hymn (is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  6. 6. A hymn(is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  7. 7. A hymn(is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  8. 8. Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  9. 9. Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  10. 10. Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  11. 11. Remember both + and = plural
  12. 12. Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  13. 13. Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  14. 14. Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  15. 15. Remember neither + nor = choose the term closest to the verb. Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  16. 16. Hymns (is, are) a great source of comfort and consolation for many believers.
  17. 17. Hymns(is, are) a great source of comfort and consolation for many believers.
  18. 18. There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  19. 19. There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  20. 20. There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  21. 21. One of the hymns that was written (was, were) called “Amazing Grace.”
  22. 22. One of the hymns that was written (was, were) called “Amazing Grace.”
  23. 23. Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  24. 24. Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  25. 25. Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  26. 26. Remember pronouns ending in body, one, and thing are singular.
  27. 27. The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  28. 28. The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  29. 29. The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  30. 30. The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  31. 31. The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  32. 32. The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  33. 33. Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  34. 34. Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  35. 35. Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  36. 36. Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.
  37. 37. Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.
  38. 38. Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.

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