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A singular subject requires a singular verb form, whereas a plural subject requires the plural verb form.

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I was watching Planet Earth 2 yesterday and came across this line said by David Attenborough: At the first sign of danger, the young ibex instinctively run back to steeper ground. I am thinking …
asked Nov 16 '16 by 4-K
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I have noticed on this site that some say that if there is a singular subject, we use a plural verb. Example: "Run" is a verb. 3rd person singular is "runs". You run. I run. He runs. …
asked Oct 19 '15 by 4-K