Do the subject and verb agree? (Y/N)
- Those bakers make cakes with too much icing. (Yes.)
- There are a duck pond in the park. (No. There is a duck pond in the park.)
- Everyone is mad at Jacob for letting the spiders out. (Yes.)
- Most of my mornings starts too early for my taste. (No. Most of my mornings start too early for my taste.)
- Gabriella and Tim brings paper towels for the class once a month. (No. Gabriella and Tim bring paper towels for the class once a month.)
- Either Andre or the kids have the scissors. (Yes.)
- Where do the chair go in the new office? (No. Where does the chair go in the new office?)
- They buy more coats in the winter than the summer. (Yes)
Change the sentence from singular to plural.
- The calls are coming from inside the house.
- Why are the clouds so dark?
- Half of the pizzas are pepperoni.
- The ferrets are trapped under the chair.
- Cannons are being made ready to fire.
- Some of the gardens are growing.
- There are ways of getting around this.
- The factories cause pollution.
Fill in the blanks with either is or are.
- There is a problem with the computers in the lab.
- Three of the computers are shutting down randomly.
- Who are the lab techs on call?
- Candace and Luis are on call this morning.
- Neither Luis nor Candace is answering texts.
- Everyone is looking for them.
- They are nowhere to be found.
- There is finally a response from Luis’s friend, Ronnie.
- Luis, along with Candace, is stuck on a stalled subway train.
- Either the professor or the students are going to have to fix the computers.