The calendar proposed in this sentence is in the future, as shown in the word after and next week`s sentence. Choice D contains a verb in future tension and is the right answer. This sentence is false, because the past verb obtained has no meaning in the context of the sentence. We will have a forward-looking sentence here tomorrow. The right verb for this sentence will be obtained to put this sentence in the future: Andrew will receive his class prize tomorrow. It`s true. Four boys teased a group of girls in their class. The theme of this sentence, his niece, is unique. The verb, was, is also singular. This sentence has a subject-verb chord, since the subject and the verb are both singular.
Indeterminate pronouns that are singularly, like anyone else, require a singular verb; Indeterminate pronouns that are plural, including both and all, require a plural verb. The plural subject of Choice A, Both, agrees with its plural, favor. The most common verbs are the past, present and future. If the action of the sentence takes place in the past, the verbs that show that the plot should be tense in the past. If the action of the sentence takes place in the present, the verbs that show that the action must be in the current form, etc. The singular verb was in the wrong sentence was replaced by the plural verb. Now the subject and the verb are both plural, so the subject and the verb coincide. Each of these sentences contains a plural subject that requires a plural verb. Only choice B correctly pairs the student plural subject with plural take; other phrases use all plural subjects with singular verbs. Each time a theme contains two names that are bound by the word, and this makes the subject plural. As the subject of the sentence is now plural, the sentence needs a plural verb: Tenses verb questions deal with the correct use of verbal times and whether a verb play matches the tension used in the rest of the sentence.
The content of this sentence, which contains the word today, refers to the current form, so that choice B is correct. The D choice is not correct, because the verb is in the current perfect voltage, indicating an action that took place at an unspecified time before the present. In this case, the theme is plural: their nieces refer to more than one niece. This sentence requires the plural verb. This sentence rightly shows how the present unfolds. It contains this tense sentence today, and it uses the tension verb of the present. The themes of these sentences are collective names that emphasize the unity of the group and are unique in number. Only Choice C combines your singular subject with a singular verb. This sentence also contains the current tension sentence that is selected. However, last week`s sentence suggests that the action of the sentence has taken the plunge in the past.
This sentence, as written, is false. Each of these sentences contains a collective Nov that indicates the unity of the group. Since this type of noun is considered a singular noun, the verb following the procedure must also be singular. This sentence indicates that the act took place in the past. The sentence in front of the film shows that an action took place before the move. This action therefore needs a tense past verb. This sentence is accurate, as written. The tense verb past shows that the band had dinner before seeing the film. As the themes of these sentences are plural, the verbs that accompany it must also be plural.