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Subject and Verb Agreement (Grade 4)

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Subject and Verb Agreement

1. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. I always eats three meals a day.
  2. We always eats three meals a day.
  3. Gavin always eats three meals a day.
2. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. My parent are picking me up from school today.
  2. My parents is picking me up from school today.
  3. My parents are picking me up from school today.
3. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. My dog like to go walking in the park.
  2. My dog likes to go walking in the park.
  3. My dogs likes to go walking in the park.
4. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. We am just thinking about going to the movies.
  2. We was just thinking about going to the movies.
  3. We were just thinking about going to the movies.
5. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Tina has a piano lesson tomorrow.
  2. Tina have a piano lesson tomorrow.
  3. Tina haves a piano lesson tomorrow.
6. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. James has secret.
  2. James has a secret.
  3. James has a secrets.
7. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. This people look very friendly.
  2. That people look very friendly.
  3. Those people look very friendly.
8. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. I thinks it will be a nice day.
  2. He thinks it will be a nice day.
  3. We thinks it will be a nice day.
9. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Those trees is losing their leaves.
  2. Those tree are losing their leaves.
  3. Those trees are losing their leaves.
10. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. That house look very old.
  2. That house looks very old.
  3. That houses look very old.

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