The theme is both time and place. Therefore, the verb must be plural. In addition, there is an additional error in the sentence that «for approval» should be «for approval.» The correct answer is C. In example 19, the second was not necessary, as the first serves as a useful verb for going and discussing. If we inferred all the details of the sentence, he would read, I went and I spoke… which is a grammatically fine sentence. So where`s the subject? «Under my bed» is a preposition – that`s not the point. What`s the matter? Both a pen and a Taco Bell receipt. We can rearrange the order of sentences so that the sentence is: «A pen and a Taco Bell receipt exist.» As there is a composite subject, the verb should be plural.
Here is the corrected version of the sentence: to determine the subject, think about what is simple. In addition, we know that «of all the Kardashian sisters» is a preposition that we can counteract and that the subject will not contain. So we still have «Names are easy to remember.» Although «name» is plural, «names» is not the topic and simply provides additional information about what we remove. The theme is «Remembering,» a moaner that requires a singular verb. So here`s the corrected version: a moaner is a verb that is used as a noun and ends with «ing.» When a heifer is used as a subject, then the subject is singular. Look at this example: Simple, a subject is the name that corresponds to a verb in a sentence. In a sentence where there is an action, the subject is the nomin that makes the plot. Here`s an example: The bold sentence is a non-essential clause. It is separated by commas, and the removal of the clause does not cause error or alter the meaning of the sentence. The term is only used to provide descriptive information on the subject. See: In this sentence, the verb does not correspond to the subject. The theme «teacher» is singular («as well as some of the administrative staff» is a modifiatory expression and does not count), so the correct form of verb should be «was,» not «were.» Take the sentence: the cow jumps over the moon.