By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:
Sometimes words in sentences sound like they agree, but they are actually arguing. :) It's important to learn how to tell if a subject and verb are both plural or singular. Generally, if the verb ends in an "s" it is a singular verb; whereas, when a noun ends in an "s" it is often the plural form. (Remember, neither of these rules are 100% true.)
Begin today's lesson by watching this video: Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement.
Then, complete today's homework page. You can download and print it here if you forgot it at school: Subject-Verb Agreement with Intro to Indefinite Pronouns