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  • Step One: Identify the Subject Step Two: Choose the Correct Verb
  • Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  • Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  • Many Christians today (is, are) using hymns as part of their devotional time.
  • A hymn (is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  • A hymn(is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  • A hymn(is, are) actually just a poem set to music.
  • Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  • Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  • Both the hymn writer and the composer of a hymn (writes, write) to honor the Lord.
  • Remember both + and = plural
  • Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  • Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  • Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  • Remember neither + nor = choose the term closest to the verb. Neither the hymn writer nor the composers (wants, want) fame.
  • Hymns (is, are) a great source of comfort and consolation for many believers.
  • Hymns(is, are) a great source of comfort and consolation for many believers.
  • There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  • There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  • There (has been, have been) many hymns written in the past two hundred years.
  • One of the hymns that was written (was, were) called “Amazing Grace.”
  • One of the hymns that was written (was, were) called “Amazing Grace.”
  • Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  • Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  • Everybody who sings this hymn (agrees, agree) that the theme of the hymn is love.
  • Remember pronouns ending in body, one, and thing are singular.
  • The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  • The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  • The United States (is, are) where Daniel Whittle lives and works.
  • The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  • The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  • The evangelistic team from Michigan often (travel, travels) to Britain.
  • Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  • Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  • Most of the tunes to Whittle’s hymns (is, are) written by McGranahan.
  • Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.
  • Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.
  • Some of Christians (realizes, realize) that McGranahan was Whittle’s song leader.