Subject Verb Agreement Ppt For Grade 1

The purpose of language teaching – to check the prevalence and correspondence of subjects. 7 Present: PronounIf the subject is me or you are, use the plural form of the verb. Examples I enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with my family. Love Thanksgiving? 3 Subject-VerThe agreement – the person, place, thing or idea referred to in a sentence. Verb- says what the subject does or is. If the subject is plural in a sentence, the verb must also be plural. Teach Page The teacher listens. 9 questions? 1. What do you add to topics that are pre-presents or pronouns? 2. What form of a verb should be used if the subject is me or you? 4 Subject-verb concordanceIf the subject is singular in a set, the verb must also be singular. Teachers listen.

Theme verb girl plays girls teachers listen to teachers Teaching Page 16 Choose the right verbLike students (go, go) to Tony`s for snacks. 2. None of us (is, is) leaving. 3. Everyone (is, is) welcome at the concert. 5 Invitation to imitate Imitate a sentence that shows the correct subject-verb correspondence: Maxine`s mother rushes to save her in the nick of time. Day 2 2 Verb Convention Domain: Language Art Class Level: 9-12 Summary: The purpose of this PowerPoint content standard: EL.1 Demonstrate a knowledge of standard English usage, mechanics, spelling, and sentence structure. Learning objective: The student uses a verb bench to complete each set, measured by an accuracy of 90% of the activity. Performance: After this lesson, students write sentences with themes and verbs that match.

Frequent grammar errors Students are not able to construct grammatically correct sentences, especially on the concordance between the subject and the verb. z.B.: Ahmad eats durians. 14 Indeterminate pronouns: PluralUndefined pronouns are always plural: both, many, few, others, several. An indefinite plural pronoun takes the plural form of the verb. For example, some people want fruit for dessert. Author – Andy Morrall Subject-Verb Agreement Expert System Objective: This expert system program should show you how to change that. 18 Conclusion Today`s lesson explained the subject-verb agreement and how the subjects in the subject and the verbs in the predicate must change shape to ensure that they match. Please visit the following links for more information and activities: 5 Present: Noun Ass -s or -es for the prehisence of the verb if the subject is a singular noun. Examples of a singular theme: Emily`s dog always barks after the cookies. Plural theme: Both dogs bark after cookies. 6 Invitation to write Write a sentence that shows the correct subject-verb correspondence: Theme The verb girls plays girls Teachers listen to teachers on day 3 6 Present: PronounIf the subject is a singular pronoun (him, him), add -s or – add it to the verb Examples singular subject: He likes to draw.

Plural subject: You like to draw. identify certain parts of the language and its functions Nouns, pronouns, verbs, prepositions, adjectives and adverbians; Subjects & Objects. Grammatik Review Day 5. Warm Up 1. The weather was rather rainy this weekend. 2. The storm caused some damage in our area. 3. Many sports had to be delayed. 13 Indeterminate pronouns Some indefinite pronouns may be singular or plural depending on usage. They are all, all, the most and not. Singular example: all money is safe in the bank.

Plural: All the boys go to the concert. 9 Invitation to edit (1) Henrietta laid an egg with her first book. (2) We hope this is their last book. (3) The Perils of Maxine shows why chickens should never write. What change, if any, should be made in the first sentence? Henrietta puts an egg with her first book. Henrietta puts an egg with her first book. Henriettas put an egg with his first book. Don`t make a change. Day 5 2 Excerpt from The Plot ChickensInvitation to Notice What if she went into hiding? We hide from falcons every day. Maxine`s mother rushes to save her in time. Kids love your book.

Are you going to read them? Day 1 Excerpt from The Plot Chickens (p.12, 16, 28) Identify a kindergarten period | Grammatiction: Identify a point. . . .