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    subject-verb or verb-subject agreement?

    Which should it be: subject-verb agreement or verb-subject agreement?

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    Re: subject-verb or verb-subject agreement?

    Quote Originally Posted by lbdc27 View Post
    Which should it be: subject-verb agreement or verb-subject agreement?
    Welcome!

    "subject-verb agreement" is what is usually said.

    In sentences, the subject precedes the verb much more often than the other way around.

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