Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz
Plural is more than one.
When the subject is plural, the verb DOES NOT have an "s".
When the subject is "I" or "you", the verb DOES NOT have
Singular is one. When the subject is singular the verb has an "s".
I, you and plural words
||Five dogs eat
(HINT!!! The ONLY time you use an "s" is when the subject is "he",
"she", or a person's name.)
Select the correct verb form to agree with the subject.