Thank you Alex, now I know how to use everyone, everyone, etc. in sentences… see in different eposides :) Thank you, Alex. I`m 100% right. I really like your lesson. I like to learn from you because you speak slowly, so I understand almost everyone. I understand the difference between person and person, someone and someone, but I love it. If you can see me, what we see in the euphemism, I can`t find it. See you later.

It is ok. Sir, please, you are just clarifying my doubts. What is the rule, can we apply the agreement??? Article 10. The word has been replaced by phrases that express a wish or that go against the fact: yes and no. A common misunderstanding about the word «everyone» is that it is used only in negative statements and questions. If that were true, how could I make sentences like this? The first example expresses a wish, not a fact; Therefore, what we usually consider a single verb, were used with the unique theme I. Thanks to Adam, this lesson is very useful and it sounds a bit confusing, but now it`s good. Can you or someone explain if we use (do) in afirmative sentences to emphasize a point? You can have your next lesson on how to use it together in a whole. Z.B. I haven`t eaten yet. Thank you teacher, I love your class on the subject / verb agreement.

I have to take more quiz. Hye Alex Sir, how are you? In the following sentence «I write this letter to please you» «I wrote the letter in his presence» I cannot understand the meaning of S.A. and VERY I ask you to explain the two sentences Hi Alex. In this lesson, use simple examples to clarify your point. but it is not clear if we use more complicated sentences, because, or sentences, etc. we can have these examples to identify the verb-subject object? Article 7. In sentences that begin here or there, the real subject follows the verb. Examples: Three miles is too far on foot. Five years is the maximum penalty for this offence.

$10 is a price to pay. But ten dollars (i.e. dollar bills) were scattered on the ground. Usually, it would look awful. However, in the second example, where a question is formulated, the spirit of subjunctive is true. It is recommended to rewrite these sentences whenever possible. The previous sentence would be even better than: If Joe were not to be followed, was not, since Joe is singular? But Joe isn`t really there, so let`s say that wasn`t the case.