Verbs for Subject Pronouns

Use correct verb forms for subjects in sentences

Verbs_for_Subject_Pronouns

The subject pronoun used in a sentence influences which form of verb is used. In present tense, most verbs only have two forms, such as the word try (you try, she tries), while the verb to be has three forms: am, is and are.

This worksheet tests the student’s ability to identify the verb form that correctly goes with a particular subject pronoun.

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