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17 In each sentence, put in brackets the correct form of the verb or verb of the selections. 9. Some of the cotton material imported from Italy (was, was used) for their wedding dress. Someone in the alto area of the choir (singing, singing) disconnect easily. I was wondering if all the cupcakes Barbara made last night were gone. Most of the programs (were, were) new to me. Each of these bags (was examined, examined). The men on the plane? We needed a bullet, but none was available. Novelist or poet as the theme of the report. I found that my two favorite authors (was/were) already taken.

Each of these authors (seems/seems) popular with other students. Adjective clauses If the subject of an adjective clause is a relative pronoun, the verb of the clause must correspond to the precursor of the relative case prono. Plural examples: The librarian and student read in different parts of the library. Duck and chicken are found in local markets. Unique examples: macaroni and cheese is a delicious late-night snack. Her teacher and counselor meet with her every day. (One person is both the teacher and the counsellor.) Compound topics, related to gold gold or Nor Inverted Sentences In most sentences, the subject comes before the verb. However, some inverted sentences begin with a preposition, followed by the verb and then the subject.

Remember that the verb should correspond to the subject and not to the subject of the prepositional sentence. Upinto the sky flies the birds. The hairs, the decorations. Verb subject Prepositional Phrase Prepositional Phrase verb 7 Lesson Three: Relative PronounsConcept: When who, which, or that (pronomen relative) act as a subject of a subordinate clause, its verb will be or singular or plural depending on the number of the fortecedent. Examples: the name sphinx was given to the statue by the Greeks who put it in relation to a monster of ancient Greek myth. 21 Lesson Nine: Connective mood verbsDent verbs that are in the subjunctive mind. Then give the reason for the use of the verb subjunctive mood: desire, against fact, or state of uncertainty. If she were honest, she would return the scarf. If Robert was older, he`d join the Navy. She would like it to be bigger.

If she was impatient, she wouldn`t be ready for this job. Ten years (was) the number of years the star player spent with the team.

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