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  1. Newbie
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    which one is the subject?

    two sentence below

    1. their toys are all over floor.
    2. their english is terrible.

    anything wrong with verb used here?

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    Re: which one is the subject?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff so View Post
    two sentence below

    1. their toys are all over floor.
    2. their english is terrible.

    anything wrong with verb used here?
    No. The verbs are correct. The verb agrees with "toys" and "English", not with "their".

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