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Subject-verb agreement Expert System Aim: This expert system program is to show you how

Subject-verb agreement Expert System Aim: This expert system program is to show you how to change the verb in a sentence when you change the subject noun. Click anywhere to start. Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Example sentence The example sentence is: Subject noun (e. g. a pronoun such as

Example sentence The example sentence is: Subject noun (e. g. a pronoun such as ‘I’. ) Verb: learn Object: English Complement: every day ‘I learn English every day. ’ Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Rule 1 1. If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun

Rule 1 1. If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Examples: ‘He learns English every day. ’ ‘Humanity learns English every day. ’ ‘This student learns English every day. ’ Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Rule 2 2. If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a

Rule 2 2. If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Examples: ‘I learn English every day. ’ ‘Students learn English every day. ’ Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Rule 3 3. Irregular spellings. Many verbs add ‘s’ differently. Examples: go > goes

Rule 3 3. Irregular spellings. Many verbs add ‘s’ differently. Examples: go > goes have > has be > am / is / are kiss > kisses Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Expert System Choose a noun to see the example sentence: I Humanity You Students

Expert System Choose a noun to see the example sentence: I Humanity You Students He / She / It This student We You They Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - I I learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun

Output - I I learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - You learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is

Output - You learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - He He learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun

Output - He He learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - She learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is

Output - She learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - It It learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun

Output - It It learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - We We learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun

Output - We We learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - They learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is

Output - They learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - Humanity learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is

Output - Humanity learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - Students learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is

Output - Students learn English every day. Rule 2: If the subject noun is ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘they’, or a plural countable noun, do not add ‘s’. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk

Output - This student learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun

Output - This student learns English every day. Rule 1: If the subject noun is ‘he, ‘she’, ‘it’, an uncountable noun or a singular countable noun, add an ‘s’ on the end of regular verbs. Back Author - Andy Morrall E-mail: [email protected] edu. hk