Subject Verb Agreement By Dear Sir

Hi Alex. In this lesson, use simple examples to clarify your point of view. but it is not clear if we use more complicated sentences as since, either sentences, etc. we can have as these examples to identify the object verb subject? Thank you Alex. I have to say that it helps me a lot. I always have problems with the subject of the chord In simple questions, verbs should be « do/does/did » basic do abuot do you know someone who wants to come? Please explain my doubts. What rules can we apply??? Each + singular Is it the determinant of use that allows us to use the plural noun and the singular verblage? Could you resolve that doubt? I am wrong at number 5 when I say, « In simple questions, verbs should be `do/does/did` basic form. » Why number 7, « Do you know someone who wants to come » is correct and does not want to « come ». It kind of troubled me:) Hello, dear Sir, for the last 4-5 days I have watched all the videos that are very useful for every conversation when we talk about the 3rd person in English, so my point is eager to know that from you to make a sentence with the help of this « each of them ». Thank you very much. .

Sir I`m a little confused about someone, nobody and everyone. They are all singular pronouns and should be used in the third-person singular for the verb. For example, we can use « wants » as a third party for all these pronouns. One more thing where I often have problems when I am used with these pronouns to speak and write. Please call me. I will stay in touch with you. We wish you a good time. Thank you, Khalid Thank you Alex. I had 90. I was confused by the word Does. I have a question. What verb is used when the sentence is: « Every boy and girl must/must take the test.

Did he do it or did it? I am confused. Do I stick to the word « EVERYONE »? Please clarify with me. Thank you very much. Hello Alex~ I found this page two days ago. I was so impressed in your classes. That`s what pushed me to learn more English. I didn`t learn much with you. I think maybe you`ve already talked about « everyone. » Excuse me, I can`t find it. I am wondering. obiger phrase « Everyone demands singulated verbs » and the title of the song « All I Want for Christmas is you ».

When should I use « alle + Singularverb » OR « Pluralverb »? Thank you very much!!!! But I`m confused because we have the help word « do, » like in « Does anyone want one? », so I thought this example would be the same. .