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. . 10. When a sentence begins with « she, the verb is always singular. The key idea is to take into account the unity to which the verb refers. Your example is: Alex, there are a lot of doubts about the use of Like and AS if we use them as prepositions. I saw some examples like: I like blonde girls like Mary and Joice. In this case, I can say that I like blondes, mary and Joice, because they are blonde. On the other hand, when I say I like blondes like Mary and Jose, I say I like blondes, but not necessarily Joice or Mary. Thank you very much. The girl sings well with the boy. Here is an example of plural concordance in printing (highlighted, ma): Tnx alex.
I had a problem with this topic and you do it as a breeze for me. It was very, very helpful 16. Some nouns are plural in form, but singular in meaning. They usually adopt a singular verb. Every boy and girl is happy. Likewise, every boy is happy and every girl is happy. Removing the first « is happy » in the second sentence does not change the theme from singular to plural. It only exacerbates the sentence. As he pointed out, « everyone » remains singular and thus creates a sentence composed of two themes.
I would analyze it as follows: one could also say, « Boys and girls are happy. » In general, this covers all your topics as a plural, if you prefer to formulate it as such. Thank you for the atracive lesson, could you object to the difference between « everyone »? I`m sorry, I`m making a mistake at number 5, I forgot the question is different, I mean, you say « Does », it follows after verb (without « s » yet) OK, I`ll relearn….