When learning about plural verbs — remember they are completely opposite to plural nouns.
The reason we use plural verbs, it is when the noun does not change. You cannot say, sheeps, fishes, or mooses.
The verb clues are the sound it makes at the end of the verb. If you hear S, then it is singular. If do not hear a S, then it is plural.
Remember to also look for the article clues too.
For example, the article clues are:
…the fish is jumping (singular)
….the fish are jumping (plural)
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When working on your building your auditory memory while exercising in Whalien Match — take at look at this desk top guide.
These are the sounds you are listening to. The consonant sounds have just been stretched out.
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Hello students who working on their Fast ForWord at home.
- Find a quiet space where you can focus quietly for at least 30 min. Away from distractions like the window, the TV, a noisy sibling or the vacuum cleaner.
- Some of you students may need to take a short break to stretch or to breath after each exercise. Remember to get up, take a deep breath and breathe out, stretch and come back and do the next exercise. You usually have 3-4 exercises to do in 30 minutes. Remember to be kind to yourself and take that brain break. You may need it.
- Please wear high quality headphones. Simple ear buds don’t always have the best sound quality. Invest in a good pair of headphones.