Hello Adam, I have a question on the subject of measurement. “Nearly 40% of the inhabitants of our city never vote in municipal elections”, do I have to say? I saw my teacher and some friends voted, and I don`t know why they choose that. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Adam, we can say that Mr. Smith, __together__ several of his executives, is going to the Las Vegas conference. Why do we have to say “with” and if I wanted to build a sentence with two or more topics, both of which are existing participations? For example: “It seems that it is of the utmost importance to approach the problem from this or that perspective and to focus on the multidimensional.” (I know it`s not most. This may be an example, but I hope you know what I`m driving with anyway.) Personally, I would use “seems”, as the second topic (or maybe a clause) is a bit deviant – it only adds additional information. In addition, it is separated by commas. Would the sentence be the right one? What topic should I use if the sentence is not a comma? Test yourself or download the PDFs quiz and print them for later. Same answer:) If the pronoun works with the main salary, it is a subject. Hello Adam quiz number 2 I feel confused. Would you mind teaching me? nor with Why his answer * with * !!!! Hello, Adam. I am very grateful to have come across this site.
I am bad at English, especially grammar, and this site would be a great help for me. God bless you and the whole team. Can you help me better understand this question from your quiz: (The admissions manager concluded that neither Tracy nor ______ were eligible for the scholarship.)? As far as language is concerned, the argument is not a good or bad expression. It`s just a situation. This does not affect the order or the compound subject. I hope you have a good experience with this site and also recommend it to your friends. I didn`t know I had to make so many mistakes on this topic. Until you came to enlighten us with your glow! Thank you, Adam! As always, your help is much appreciated! Hello The sentence has two topics, there are (and) between them. The best www.turtlediary.com/quiz/identifying-the-compound-subject-third-grade.html Since it is separated by commas (,), it is not part of the subject. In this case, only the teacher is the subject, so the verb is “is”. Sometimes a topic can be more than a thing or a person.
They have more than one subject or pronoun and are called compound subjects….