Category Archives: concord

Concord, Exceptional Rules

  Concord,  the exceptional rules. The rules for  the agreement between subject and verb  have  some exceptions  and the rules are listed below as  Concord, the exceptional rules 1  If the subject is ‘ I ‘  in present tense ,   only the plural auxiliaries ‘ do’   and   ‘ have ‘,  are  … Read More »

Concord, the subject verb agreement

THE  CONCORD  OR  THE SUBJECT  VERB AGREEMENT There is an ‘agreement’ between ‘subjects’ and ‘verbs’,  named ‘Concord’,  and  the agreement is that, if the ‘subject’ is ‘singular’  the ‘verb’  should be ‘singular’.   Likewise , if the ‘subject’ is ‘plural’ the ‘verb’ should  also be plural. It is ‘auxiliary verbs’ that makes the ‘verb’ either… Read More »