What kind of verb should be placed after 'Everybody' - singular or plural?
Is it necessary to place 's/es' after a verb?
For example, which of the following sentences is correct?
"Everybody goes crazy"
"Everybody go crazy"
Everybody is singular, therefore it takes singular verb forms, and "everybody goes crazy" is correct. "Everybody go crazy" would only be correct for a command, as the third-person singular imperative form of "go" is "go".
Both sentences, ''Everybody goes crazy'' and ''Everybody go crazy'' are grammatically correct.
While the former means that everybody has the tendency of getting crazy in a given situation, the latter refers to a command or statement asking everybody that they should go crazy.
Hope it makes sense?