Remember that “team members” and “team members” are prepositional phrases. After the pre-postional sentences are removed, the sentence is “Everyone is athletic.” Everyone is our subject, so the verb should be singular. This is the right version: to determine the subject, think about what is simple. We also know that “of all the Kardashian sisters” is a prepositional phrase that we can remove and will not contain the subject. So we are left with “The memory of names is simple”. Although “nouns” is plural, “nouns” is not the subject and simply provides additional information about what we remember. The theme is “Memory”, a smell that requires a singular verb. So, here is the corrected version: in a sentence where there is a description, typically with a verb form “to be”, the subject is the subject that is described. “Turner” is plural, so the verb should be plural.
“performt” is however in the singular form. This is the corrected sentence: Interrupting sentences are sentences that separate the subject from the verb. Such sentences make it difficult to locate the subject and determine whether the verb should be singular or plural. There are certain types of sentences that interrupt, and we`re going to take a closer look at some of them. You don`t know that you need to know all the specific grammatical terms, but it`s important to see how they affect subject-verb matching issues. Delete the prepositional sentence and the resulting sentence must be grammatically correct. This way, it will also be easier for you to identify the topic and make sure that the subject and verb match. The subject will never be present in a prepositional sentence.
Let`s use the puncture method with the misspelled sentence above: on the SAT, you need to be able to identify verbs that are verbs before you can search for their subjects. Some students mistakenly think that oscillations and swings are verbs in this sentence. Fluctuation is however called infinitive (being, hating, running,…) and swings are called gerund (running, cooking, exploding,…). You`ve probably heard of infinitives in French or Spanish class, where it`s the root form of a verb before you conjugate it. In English, it`s the same. Infinitive and Gerunds are not verbs, so there is no need to look for the subject-verb agreement….