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Which sentence uses a verb that agrees with its pronoun subject?

a. You performs the routine gracefully. b. You are a graceful danc...

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Which sentence uses a verb that agrees with its pronoun subject?

a. You performs the routine gracefully.
b. You are a graceful dancer
c. I were the author of the silly poem about elephants
d. You was a good friend to her today

Answer

The correct answer is B You are a graceful dancer.
For example in the option A the error is that when you writ a sentence on Perfect Simple if you are speaking on third person of the singular you ad -s or -es to the verb and this is a sentence in second person.
The option C when you are speaking in first person of the Past the correct form of the verb to be is was, no were.
And in the option D when you are speaking in second person of the Past you use were, no was.
I hope this help, Sebastian Goicoechea

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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