Lesson 2: Subject-Verb Agreement

Wrapping Up

Conclusion

In the next lesson, you'll continue looking at sentence parts that sometimes have problems agreeing. Like subjects and verbs, pronouns often present agreement problems — agreeing with the person or thing they're supposed to refer to or appearing in the correct form depending on their function in a sentence.

Questions to Discuss

  • In the past, have you had problems with any of the commonly confused words presented today? If so, did any of the explanations help you better understand their use? (Answers will vary.)
  • What did you learn in today's lesson that you didn't already know? (Answers will vary.)
  • Do you think it's acceptable to use words like "alot" (instead of "a lot") in texts or on social media? Why or why not? (Answers will vary.)

Things to Review

Review the commonly confused words as well as the rules for subject-verb agreement.