The committee finally reached agreement on two important issues. We use it before dealing with a number of individual topics. Look at these examples: THERE agrees on what is the oldest profession in the world. There is broad consensus that forest damage is due to air pollution. The best teachers agree between methods, practice and values. After much discussion, there has still been no agreement on what to do next. You can also apply this rule to be there and there was; it seems to be/seems to be, and it seems to be; and it is and always is. Note: Although there are or are useful constructs in some situations, some authors prefer to rephrase the sentence. If you decide to rephrase the list and put it in front of the verb, you will have to match the verb with the plural list (and not just the nearest item): management has announced that it has reached an agreement with the unions. there is an agreement that is the most popular phrase on the web. Our agreement was that you would pay until the first of the month.
Which of these sentences is the right one? The answer is both. The first follows the standard rule. But the second is also accepted, and many writers prefer because it seems more natural. Therefore, if the topic is present or present depending on the theme, you can have your verb voted with the first name of the list. In most English phrases, the theme is in front of the verb. But the sentences that begin are where there is a different order: the subject comes according to the verb is or is. Here`s an example: But there`s a consensus on the development benefits of migration – the more migration, the better. We finally agreed: I cook and clean Ann. Do we use it exists or does it exist with a lot or a lot? It depends on the Nopon: if it`s singular, use it; If it is pluralistic, use it: until there is agreement on this, the assessment of the experts will not play a convincing role in our discussions.
Note that the normal order of words (verb-subject) is reversed or reversed (verb subject). The word is not the subject. It is important to identify the subject and make sure the verb matches him. But everyone agrees that the proportion of women is absolutely tiny. An exception occurs when a list of nouns is available as an object. Logically, a list of two or more points would be plural and therefore require a plural verb: the 26 countries signed an agreement to reduce air pollution. The structure of it/it is very simple: . The theme in this sentence is bus. Both buses and is unique, so they agree. (A more familiar way to write this sentence is to use contraction: There is the bus!) But it seems strange to have a punch bowl next to the nominaire expression. The verb sounds better: a complete search on the Internet has found these results: Sometimes we have a number of topics that are mixed – the singular and the plural.
In informal discourse, the verb then joins the next topic. Look at these examples: a current-tense verb (as well as a simple past verb form) must match the number of its subject.