We use singular verb when the subject is singular, and plural verb when the subject is plural. When we join two singular nouns or pronouns with and, then they become plural and therefore they take a plural verb.
Q. Choose the correct options.
- Emmy and Mary (is/are) sisters.
- He (have/has) a new mobile.
- Julie (learn/learns) how to dance.
- You (is/are) making a lot of noise.
- They (is/are) swimming in the river.
- Emmy and Mary are sisters.
- He has a new mobile.
- Julie learns how to dance.
- You are making a lot of noise.
- They are swimming in the river.
Q. Rewrite the sentences in plural form.
- She sings very well.
- This painting is beautiful.
- The child plays in the park.
- The shirt is blue in colour.
- He has a bottle.
- They sing very well.
- These paintings are beautiful.
- The children play in the park.
- The shirts are blue in colour.
- They have a bottle.