Then I’ve got just the thing for you: a quiz on subject-verb agreement. If you read my last post and/or you’re a grammar natural, you should have no problem acing it. And feel free to share your score–or any other observations–in the comments.
I thought this was a fun little exercise. Brought to you by English Year 9PBG:
You may have already guessed it, but I’m talking about nouns, not behavior. A common noun would be park. A proper noun would be Yellowstone National Park.
In this edition of Find the Typos, I used an excerpt from a New York Times article written by the actress, who’s known for her work in movies such as “Saving Silverman” and “The Whole Nine Yards.”
See if you can find the typos I inserted in the article below without using spellcheck:
FBI director to Congress: Still no charges recomendded after latest Clinton emails reviewed
FBI Director James Comey wrote in an letter to Congressional leader’s Sunday that the agency have not found anything new that would warrant charges against Democratic presidential nomine Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email serve while secretary State.