He is on vacation.
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Subject / Verb Agreement

Definition:

1. He / She / It are singular nouns, so you use a singular verb.

2. is = singular auxiliary verb

3. He / She / It is

4. He / She / It bikes.
*NOTICE: You need a "-s" at the end of your verb if the sentence has He / She / It as the subject of the sentence.

Example Sentence:

1. He "is" going to the store.

2. She "is" going to the store.

3. It "is" going to the store.

4. She runs all day.
You need a "-s" at the end of runs.

 

1. They / You, use plural verbs

2. are = plural auxiliary verbs

3. They / You are

4. They / You run everyday.
*NOTICE: You do not need a "-s" at the end of your verb, if the sentence has they or you as the subject.

1. They are going to the store.

2. We are going to the store.

3. They are looking at a car.

4. They run everyday.
*You do not need a "-s" at the end of run.

If the subject is a proper noun you need a "-s" at the end of the verb or you need to use "is", the auxiliary singular verb.

1. The Statue of Liberty needs to be cleaned.

2. The Statue of Liberty is green.

They are reading a map.
 
 
Exercise
Choose the correct verb for each sentence. The first sentence has been completed for you. English Logic will put a checkmark ) next to your correct answers.
1.
She running.
2.
It like rain.
3.
They eating dinner.
4.
My computer black.
5.
My teacher nice.
6.
You to take a shower.
7.
The bus on time.
8.
The taxi drivers driving to fast.
9.
He to eat a lot.
10.
She late.


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