I agree, I think!

We, as people, don’t always agree on things in life. But there are two things in grammar that must always agree if a sentence is to be a complete and correct thought. The Subject or noun of a sentence, must always agree with the Verb in the sentence. This is called Subject/Verb Agreement.  If the subject is singular, the verb, the action the subject is performing, must be, too; if the subject is plural, the verb must also be.

Remember this fact: Most singular nouns will not end in -s, but the verb that agrees, will. Case in point: Their dog barks all times of night. If the subject is plural, in most cases the verb will NOT end in  -s. Case in point: Those dogs bark all the time.


Consequence (con se quence) n., something produced by a cause or necessarily following from a set of conditions.

SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT YOU SAY, and know how to write it.


About mspam1

I love Interior Design at 62, cannot think of anything else I would rather be doing. It is the right of every dweller to love where they ;live, no matter where and in what that may be in. The goal here is to introduce or reintroduce dwellers to their spaces, make them over and fall in love all over again. You don't have to live on Park Avenue to have a Park Place. There is where my talents begin.
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