INDEFINITE PRONOUNS like everyone else, either, anyone, no one, someone, someone, and something take a single pronoun. Let`s look at the following examples of verb-theme chords: Once you`ve finished studying the subject-verb agreement and you understand what the subject-verb agreement is, go through the subject-verb chord worksheets at the end of this manual and into this subject verb agreement document. The document of the PDF subject verb agreement also has good examples of technical verb agreement). Then visit this information link. It will help you get a glimpse of the subject verb object. Rule 7: You will often notice that the subject comes after the word, which is usually the case when writing sentences that express the crowd. Some examples of quantity expressions include half, some, all and seventy-five percent. 370 L-7 Adjectives and Adverbs L-7 Adjectives and Adverbs and Adverbs are words that describe other words and add important information and detail. When Dave Barry writes that the Beatles were “the coolest thing you`ve ever seen” and that they were smart; they were funny; they did not take themselves seriously “, explain the adjectives and adverbs (here italicized) to explain why it wanted “to be desperately a Beatle “. This chapter will help you use adjectives and adverbs in your own writing. L-7a C-Hoosing between adjectives and adverbs Adjectives are words used to change names and pronouns. You answer one of these questions: which one? What kind? How many? ? Two rows of old oak trees lined the narrow entrance. ? Many years of testing will be required to determine whether the most recent theories are correct.
? If you like something sweet, you have a piece of fruit. Adverbs are words used to modify verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. You usually answer one of these questions: How? If? Where? What for? Under what conditions? To what extent? Although many adverbs end in -ly (temporarily, immediately), many do not (now, so soon, then very). ? forces must react quickly to the arrival of an ambulance. ? environmentalists are increasingly concerned about the consumption of fossil fuels by Americans. ? If the senator knew the cameras were on, she would not have been so angry. Pronouns S-6b 341Er, sound, and other male pronouns To avoid sexist language, use it, it, its, or yourself only if you know that the precursor is masculine. or she. ?M to Beyfworreitmeresehtianvgeabneegwundoucstionrg, mthaenyy, tpheomp,laenwdotrhryevoltoouret fneorttloikainpgehrsimo., whose gender is unknown or irrelevant to the context.? Someone in my building sells his laptop; They put a sign on the mailboxes. Acceptance of this use, known as the singular, is growing, and now the Washington Post and several other major advertisements. In addition, some people who defy traditional binary gen-ders prefer to use them rather than him or her.