„Everyone can be great. Because anyone can serve. You don`t need to have a university degree to serve. You don`t have to deal with your subject and your verb accepts… Martin Luther King Junior This KS2 quiz in English takes a look at thematic/verb chords. The subject/verb chord contains singular and plural correspondences in sentences. No one would agree with Martin Luther King on the importance of the subject – verb agree in relation to our fellows do not agree. And yet, it can be helpful to know when it is important to speak standard English and when not to speak. „Subject – Verb-Accord – Years 5 and 6“ is a very useful resource that has been developed to teach children the subject/verb rule, to help them construct clear and grammatically accurate sentences. It is an ideal teaching tool for the purpose of the English curriculum of years 5 and 6 above. See if you can avoid false phrases like „they were“ by doing this quiz.
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