anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the subject of the sentence, and then choose the best way to end the sentence using correct subject/verb agreement. The daughters of Mr. Lowrey A. love to play tennis. B. enjoys the British Open. C. is saving money for new rackets. D. was excited by the crowed.
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  • jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's A. :) "The daughters of Mr. Lowery 'love to play tennis'."
SnuggieLad
  • SnuggieLad
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anonymous
  • anonymous
That Cool How You Did That SnuggieLad????

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anonymous
  • anonymous
There is a way to explain it actually. :) It's quite simply really. Above there were four options listed. If you piece each of them at a time with the beginning of the sentence it gives you, you will quickly find which one is correct. I'll show you... "The daughters of Mr. Lowrey enjoys the British Open." (If this were correct you would not have an 's' on the end of "enjoy".) "The daughters of Mr. Lowrey is saving money for new rackets." ("Is" gives it away. If it were talking about more than one person they would have used the word "are".) "The daughters of Mr. Lowery was excited by the crowed." ("Was" is the word that gave it away for this one. If they were going to talk about more than one person they would have used the word "were".) Lastly we see this, "The daughters of Mr. Lowery love to play tennis." (This is obviously the right one because it flows smoothly without any grammatical errors.) Hope this helped! :)

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