Auxiliary verbs are, have and change form to verbphrases to show agreement with third-person subjects. No. C 13. Several good quality food mixtures are commercially available. He rushes home. You go home. She has arrived. They have arrived. Does it have a means of transport? Do they have a trip? 16. Many young people (leave, leave) the family business in search of another profession.
17. To create better breeds of livestock, some scientists are experimenting with animal genes. 15. New Zealand owl parrots (are) nocturnal birds. 2. Birds of this family (varies, vary) from three to forty inches. 17. With a length of only three inches, the dwarf parrots of New Guinea (represent, represent) are the 2. New antibiotics reduce the number of deaths in young animals. No.
C 17. The tasks of caring for the bird are easily shared by the whole family. 11. In intensive farms, buildings keep a large number of animals in a small space. SINGULAR PLURAL It takes. You take. She`s nice. They are nice. It was ripe. They were ripe.
. 18. These large enterprises (involved, participate) themselves in all facets of agriculture. 13. Some parrots with the ability to imitate human language have developed a vast 19. For some people, this practice (is, is) advantageous. 8. Seeds (are, are) designed to withstand extremes in climate and disease. Name ________ _____ The African gray, as well as its cage, It was good in terms of price in my budget.
11. Many temperate regions of the southern hemisphere (houses, houses) parrot families too. 1. The United States still produces (produces, produces) a large part of the world`s food supply. Agriculture (remains, remains) vital for the interest of every human being. 6. Some people experiment with ostrich farms. 10. Newly developed weed killers (increases, increases) the yield of the crop.
2. Modern farms (are, have) become more efficient than ever. 45K Some people criticize the use of intensive livestock farming. 11. Effective pest control (a, a) reduces crop loss. 6. The hardest nuts (represent, represent) small challenge for their big hanging notes. 9. Many people like to eat alligator tail meat. 6. Scientifically balanced fertilizers (maintain, maintain) high nutrients in the soil. .
14. The talent for talking about African grey parrots is unmatched. 15. Despite all this progress, the number of farms (growing, growing) is decreasing every year. 14. Fruits of almost all species provide additional variety in the diet. 16. Of all parrots, only cakapos are completely unable to fly. 7. Birds of this family use their beaks as a third foot when climbing without exception. 17.
Large companies (have, bought) many successful farms. 18. This type of science is called genetic engineering. The first act was juggler. (The Singularverb, was, in accordance with the singular subject, to act. The verb is not influenced by predicate nominative jugglers.) Cookies were Mike`s 13th computer (runs, executes) a lot of tasks on modern farms. The color of the uniforms is red and gold. (The subject, the color, is singular. Uniforms are prepositioned and plural. The verb is singular to match the theme of the color.) 20. Others (think, think) he (hurts, hurts) small farmers.
Look at 7. Gray birds next to the cockatoo look interesting. It`s 16 years. My parents` reluctance to have a bird in the house is unfounded. East 11. What types of foods are needed for healthy African greyness? 9. The only product of many large companies (are) hybrid seeds. A predicate name that differs from the subject by paying can be confusing. Only the subject acts on the binding verb. 1.
Any type of parrots, Aras and Cakadu (east, are) a member of the family Psittacidae. 12. This type of agriculture produces more meat, milk or eggs in less time and cheaper exercise 1 Draw one line under the simple subject and two lines under the right verb formin staples….