Vizibelle

Visual Artist

Subject Verb Agreement And Linking Verbs Lesson 46

16 Goals To identify the pattern and the predicate,  To make sure the verb matches the subject, not with the nominative predicate Click the mouse button or press the space button to view the information. 16 Lesson 2-1 66 Click the mouse button or press the space bar to view the answers. Exercise 14 Verbs with their themes to coincide emphasize the appropriate form of the verb in parentheses. 1. Almost all of these insects (a/a) certain means of protection against enemies. 2. Many of them (excels/excel) in the art of imitation. 3. Some insects, such as canes, (looks) like inanimate objects when resting on a plant trunk. 4. Some butterflies, such as this one, (a/have) special coloration to scare off potential predators. 5. A little water (a/have) polluted.

Click the mouse button or tap the space bar to see the answers. 66 Lesson 7-11 26 Inverted Sentence Writing Exercise 5 Inverted Sentence Writing Write the following sentences as inverted sentences. Make sure each verb matches its subject. 1. The trophy is in the office. 2. Team members are seated in the lobby. 3. Ten additional trophies, won by other teams, are also in the business.

At the office, the prize trophy is suspended. The team members are seated in the lobby. In this case too, ten additional trophies were won by other teams. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to see possible answers. 26 Lesson 3-7 27 Inverted Sentence Writing (continued) Exercise 5 Inverted Sentence Writing (continued) Write the following sentences as inverted sentences. Make sure each verb matches its subject. 4. The captain hopes to keep the trophies in the new case.

(Write as a question.) 5. The trophy for the basketball tournament has arrived. Does the director hope to keep the trophies in the new case? Here`s the trophy for the basketball tournament. Click the mouse button or press the space bar to see possible answers. 27 Lesson 3-8 Sandra Boyd. Making themes and verbs agree on a theme and its verb are the fundamental parts of a sentence. A single nominating subject requires a singular form. 44 Writing sentences with subjects composed Exercise 8 writing games with compound themes Write five sentences.

In each game, use one of the following elements as a compound object. Leave the subject recomposed with a current verb. 1. Bread and butter 2. neither the players nor the coach 3. both the climate and geography of the South 4. Aunt Susan or Uncle Harold 5. Either a cat or a dog 44 lesson 5-4 73 Click the mouse button or press the space bar to view the answers.

Review: Exercise 1 Making themes and verbs agree when prepositional sentences intervene Each of the following sentences describes The Properties of the Persian Garden. Rewrite each sentence in parentheses according to the instructions. In some cases, you need to change the shape of the verb or change other words to make the sentence correct. 1. The scene on old Persian ceramics often shows garden paintings. (Change the scenes into scenes.) 2. A pool usually plays a role in these scenes. (Change a pool into swimming pools.) Scenes on old Persian ceramics often show garden paintings.

Basins usually play a role in these scenes. Click the mouse button or tap the space bar to see the answers. 73 Grammar Review 2,108 Click the mouse button or press the space bar to see the answer. verb: have been erased; Intermediate preposition rate: The yacht Click the mouse button or press the space bar to view the answer. BR Transparency 1 92 Click the mouse button or press the space bar to see the answers. Review: Exercise 8 verbs with infinite pronoun themes The following sentences describe the gardens around the city of Shiraz, the surroundings of Savushun.