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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 5495 Agreements

Instructions and Help about How Form 5495 Agreements

Music, hello! I'm Emma from English. One of the most common grammar mistakes that English learners make is to do with subject-verb agreement. What's that? It's as simple as it sounds - the subject and the verb in English sentences must agree, they must match. We go to the beach on Saturdays. If the subject is plural, you need to use a plural verb form. He goes to the beach on Saturdays. He goes - the subject is singular, so you need to use a singular verb form. And this is true most of the time. Now, you might be thinking that you understand subject-verb agreement. It's simple, it's easy, right? But it's the first thing that many English learners forget. But don't worry, there are some simple standard rules that you can use to help you. But some aspects of singular and plural noun usage make this a little more complex. So that's why I'm going to teach you some tips to master subject-verb agreement in English. Before we start, I want to highlight that there are two main areas where subject-verb agreement can cause you problems. The first is in your writing, and it's important to know the subject-verb agreement rules and how to use them correctly so that your English writing is grammatically correct. The other is your speaking skills. Now, perhaps you feel confident that you know how to match verbs to their subject, but the challenge is making that clear when you're speaking. And sometimes you might not even know this is a problem for you. The final consonant sounds are so important to communicating clearly, but for many English learners, it's not that easy to do - pronouncing the difference between "do" and "does." Now, if this sounds like you, then I want you...