In English sentences, the form of the verb used must agree with the person (1st, 2nd, 3rd person) and the number of the sentence subject. The plural verb form must therefore be used if the subject noun is a plural noun or pronoun, while the 3rd person singular form must be used if the subject is a 3rd person singular noun or pronoun. Click here for a reminder about number, person & verb forms.
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