Agreements In English

“Agreement is an important process in many languages, but in modern English it is superfluous, a remnant of a richer system that flourished in ancient English. If it were to disappear completely, we would not miss it, just as they say the suffix-is similar in you. But psychologically, this frills is not cheap. Any spokesperson who has committed to using it should keep in mind four details in each sentence spoken: • Some words appear singular, but are in the plural: police, cattle, etc.[5] The agreement based on the grammatical person lies mainly between the verb and the subject. An example of English (I am vs. it is) was given in the introduction of this article. Rule 10.

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