Check your understanding of subject-verb concordance in the interactive section below. These words are irregular plural nouns (nouns that are not made by adding -s) and take the plural form of the verb: regular verbs follow a predictable pattern. For example, in the third person, singular regular verbs always end on -s. Other forms of regular verbs do not stop at -s. Study the following regular verbs in the present tense. Add it to the singular form of the third person of regular verbs that end in -sh, -x, -ch, and -s. (I want me to fix/fix to you, look/look, kiss/Kiss.) In the paragraph below, identify the six errors in the subject-verb compliance. Write on your own sheet of paper the correct verb for each of the following sentences. While reading or writing, you may come across a sentence that contains a sentence or clause that separates the subject from the verb. Often, prepositional sentences or dependent clauses add more information to the sentence and appear between the subject and the verb. However, the subject and the verb have yet to agree. In these sentences, the verb remains the same for the second person singular and the second person plural. In the singular form, the pronoun refers to a person….