In the underlined part of the sentence, it is a question of the fact that the sentence and the verb do not match. While the phrase refers to “classmates,” it is in a switching sentence that passes through commas, and the subject is singular “adolescent.” “The teenager, with his classmates, objects” is the right choice of answer. The underlined part of the sentence contains a verb error with “runs.” “John and Susan,” while the two singular nouns are together a plural and require a plural form instead of singular “races.” “Run to the finish line” is the right answer choice. The simple theme of the sentence is “everyone,” so the predicate must be singular instead of the plural. In this sentence, “Each student” is the theme, so we need a unique predicate. The only choice of answers that contains a single predicate for the subject “Each of the students” is “Each of the students was sick last week, so the professor canceled the conference.” The object of the sentence is the NP “most of the class.” The verb should match in number to the noun head that is “class.” “Class” is a collective effort, so you have to take into account that it can be used to refer to a group as an entity or its members as individuals. In this case, the name refers to the whole group, so that the verb should be treated as a singular and that it should contain. The revised version of the sentence would be as follows: Most of the class eats lunch at school. The subject agreement means that the verb and the subject must match in the number. This means that both must be singular or both plural.
In the sentence above, the subject and verb do not match in number. To identify this problem, you need to identify the object of the sentence. The verb “hold” is a plural verb, but the subject of the phrase is the singular “The Elder.” The verb must be changed to a singular form to agree with the subject. The only answer that uses the right verb is “Veterans have a special place.” The words underlined, the verb “become” must correspond to the object of the sentence which is “processing.” In the sentence, the treatment is unique, even when it comes to “laboratory animals.” Thus, the singular verb has “become” the correct answer. The verb in the sentence, written in the section emphasized as “face,” must in fact be in the singular form of “faces.” The theme of the phrase is “everyone,” which is actually a singular form, although the verb sits next to “new coaches.” “The new coach faces” is the right answer. This sentence contains an error in the subject verb agreement. The subject of the phrase (“This actor”) is singular, so changes the plural verb “having” to “have.” By adding a conjunction (“and” or “but”), a sentence structure error is created in this case. To avoid word jokes, stay away from response options that add additional “-ing” verbs. The sentence that contains an error in the subject-verb contract is this: Most classes eat lunch at school. The underlined section of the sentence has a problem with the verb “to have.” While the verb is next to the plural name “adolescent,” the theme of the phrase is the word “everyone” which is singular.