1. Everyone in the Telecommunications Focus Group (a/having) has had problems with mobile phones. 2. Your friendship over the years and your support (a/eu) meant a lot to us. 3. Hamilton Family Center, a youth shelter in San Francisco, (offers/offer) a variety of services. 4. The main source of income for Trinidad (east/are) oil and bad luck. 5. The chances of being promoted (is/are) excellent.

6.C was (was) a Pokemon card that sticks to the refrigerator. 7. Neither the professor nor his assistants were able to solve the mystery of the frightening glow in the laboratory. 8. Many hours spent in the driving range (a/able) led us to design golf balls with GPS locators. 9. Discovered in the back of our city garden (was/were) a button of the Civil War. 10. Every year, during the mid-summer festival, smoke from village campfires (fill/fill) the sky. 11.

The storytellers were surrounded by children and adults who wanted to see magical stories. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. If the subject of the verb is a relative pronoun, it is important to ensure that the verb in number and in person matches the parent`s precursor. Example: Verb A verb says what something is doing or exists. Examples: The words highlighted in the following sentences were not used correctly. Replace them with one of the options listed in each sentence: Question 1. A long time ago, there was a king named Dashrath. a) is b) bin c) are (d) the verbs have three main parts. They are present, from the past and past participants.

For regular verbs, the past is formed by adding to the current form; and past participation is done by using past tense verb with a helping verb like having, having or having. For example, it should be noted that the article is used only once if both names refer to the same person. If one referred to different people, the article would be used before each noun and the verb would be plural. Example: a transitive verb requires a direct object to complete its meaning. The meaning of a sentence with a transitive verb is not complete without a direct object. If two subjects together express an idea, the verb will be in the singular. Example: A. Highlight the subject (or the compound subject) and then co-click on the verb that corresponds to it. The first one was made for you.

(b) Only one subject is sometimes confused as a plural, for example. B when it starts with (one of the nis, neither, etc.). Remember that they should be considered singular. Every one of you is wrong. None of them work here. A teacher teaches English. 8. Man with all the birds (live, live) on my way. A verb must correspond in number and in person with its subject. (a) If the subject is a third person is singular, most English verbs end in -s or -it, but there are no -s or -it in plural third. He goes to school. You go to school.

Sita goes to school. Sita and Rama go to school. They`re eating a mango. Ram eats a mango. Exceptions (i) The verb `be` and its forms are an exception to this rule: it is a friend. I`m your friend. They`re friends. It is` or are in the following sentences: 1.

There……… two boys standing there. 2. There………. many students at school. 3. Today there is ………. A lot of boys are absent from the class. 4. If you need money, there is ……… A few in my pocket. 5.

There ……… Sixteen players selected to travel to Australia. 6. There………. a proper balance of emotions and intelligence in him. 7. There …….. Nothing that could be so rejoicing. 8. ……….. someone? 9.

There ……… No light here. 10. Like……… total darkness inside. Answers: 1. are 2. are 3. are 4. is 5. are 6. is 7.

is 8. is 9. is 10.