Subject-Verb Agreement
(part 1)

collections: English with BBC
Posted 3 March 2018
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Duration of the video: 2 Min. 30 sec.
Dan is an English teacher at BBC Learning English. In his lessons, he explains complex grammatical topics in simple examples. In this video, Dan will quickly and clearly explain the subject-verb agreement in the cases when the singular and plural forms of the noun coincide, and when uncountable nouns, collective nouns or adjectives are used instead of usual nouns in a sentence.
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an adjective - 形容詞
agreement - 契約
around the world - 世界中で
because of - によって
careful - 注意深い
to change - 変わる
collective noun - 集合名詞
to describe - 述べる
despite - にもかかわらず
difficult - 難しい
especially - 特に
exactly the same - まったく同じ
extinction - 絶滅
fantastic - ファンタスティック
to forget - 忘れる
glasses - 眼鏡
to happen - 起こる
hit it - それを打つ
a learner - 学習者
make a mistake - 間違える
to mean - 平均
an object - 物体
an officer - 役員
plural - 複数
to report - 伝える
a subject - 件名
trousers - ズボン
uncountable - 数えられない