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Post by Hossain Khondaker on June 28, 2015

What's the difference between everyone and every one?

Problems With Subjects and Verbs

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:10
  • Singular Vs. Plural Verbs 0:43
    • Singular Subjects with Singular Verbs and Plural Subjects With Plural Verbs
  • Singular and Plural Subjects 2:14
    • Two Singular Subjects Connected by 'Or' or 'Nor' Require a Singular Verb
    • Two Singular Subjects Connected by 'Either/Or' or 'Neither/Nor' Require a Singular Verb
    • 'I' as One of the Subjects
    • Singular and Plural Subjects Connected by 'Either/Or' or 'Neither/Nor'
    • Plural Verb for Two or More Subjects Connected by 'And'
    • Subject Separated from Verb
    • Words Indicating Portions
    • Singular Pronouns Require Singular Verbs
    • Subjects 'Either' and 'Neither' Take a Singular Verb
    • Adverbs Here and There
    • Singular Verbs With Sums of Money or Periods of Time
    • Collective Nouns May be Singular or Plural
    • Pronouns That Become Plural According to Noun: Who, That, Which
  • Practice 11:42
  • Practice Answers 12:33