Having learnt the rules for Singular and Plural Indefinite Pronouns in the previous 2 articles, do note that there are some special Indefinite Pronouns that defy the laws of English. We find out what they are in this article.
Learn what verb should be used after a Plural Indefinite Pronoun in this article.
Don't you think terms such as "Indefinite Pronouns" are so tricky to understand, especially for our kids? Well, don't worry. This article helps explain what these are.
Should the verb be singular or plural after Intervening Words such as "as well as" and "together with"?
You've learnt the grammar rule for "neither... nor..." yesterday. Does the rule apply similarly for "either... or..."? Find out in this article.
In this post, we learn about something that has troubled many children and even some adults. Do you use a singular or plural verb after "neither... nor..."?
Welcome to the first tip of the series. We'll start with Compound Subjects.
Day 14: Checking My Answers
Day 13: Making Sense With Pictures
Day 12: Making Sense By Asking