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

Instructions and Help about Will Form 5495 Agreements

Hello and welcome! In this series of lessons, I will teach you all about subject-verb agreement. We'll start with the basics in this lesson, and in the following lessons, we will discuss more advanced topics such as quantity expressions, group or collective nouns, and identifying subjects when there are interrupting phrases or clauses. In this first lesson, I will teach you how to make sentences with correct verb forms for different subjects and how to use the verb "be," which includes "is," "am," "are," "was," and "were." As always, at the end of the lesson, there is a final quiz to test your understanding. So, if you're ready, let's get started! What is subject-verb agreement? Well, you know that every English sentence has a subject and a verb. Subject-verb agreement means the subject and the verb must be in the correct form. Here is the rule: a singular subject takes a singular verb, while a plural subject takes a plural verb. Take these two sentences: "That monkey eats bananas" and "Those monkeys eat bananas." In the first sentence, we see a singular noun as the subject ("monkey"). The verb, "eats," is also singular to match the subject. However, in the second sentence, we have a plural subject ("monkeys") and a plural verb ("eat"). Notice that the nouns and verbs behave differently. The singular noun "monkey" becomes "monkeys" in the plural form, but the verb stays the same in the singular and plural forms, except for the addition of "s" in the singular form. Here are some more examples: - "That boy walks to school" becomes "Those boys walk to school." - "This car goes fast" becomes "These cars go fast." - "Your shirt looks nice" becomes "Your shirts look nice." - "That lady speaks Spanish" becomes "Those ladies speak Spanish." - "My grandfather has a...