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Subject Agreement Prezi Part 6

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Jenn Keigher

on 10 March 2013

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Transcript of Subject Agreement Prezi Part 6

Agreement Rules Titles, Amounts, Percentages,
&Fractions Subject Verb Agreement Rule #14: Titles of books, movies, novels, etc. are treated as singular and take a singular verb. A Tale of Two Cities (is, are) a classic novel. Example Rule #15: A noun expressing an amount or measurement is usually singular and must usually have a singular verb. Two weeks (is, are) never enough vacation. Example Practice 1. Great Expectations (is, are) one of my favorite novels.

2. One fifth of our income (goes, go) to taxes.

3. Fifty cents (is, are) more than enough.

4. Around 50% of the houses (needs, need) major repair.

5. Fifty percent of the job (is, are) routine. Now it's your turn to try Rule #16: Example Ten percent of the forest (is, are) destroyed each year. Example Three cups of sugar (is, are) not a lot for that recipe. A Tale of Two Cities (is, are) a classic novel. Example Two weeks (is, are) never enough vacation. Example Example Three cups of sugar (is, are) not a lot for that recipe. With fractions and percentages the verb agrees with the preceding noun or clause. Example Ten percent of the forest (is, are) destroyed each year. Example One-third of the students (has, have) graduate degrees. Example One-third of the students (has, have) graduate degrees.
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