Set I, 35

Make each subject go with its verb.

Making he, she, it subjects go with their verbs.

Directions: In each sentence, cross out the incorrect verb in parentheses. Then write the correct verb in the blank.

1. She (want, wants) you to have cake and coffee with us after the show.

2. My niece always (want, wants) me to do things that I should not do.

3. My friend Sandy always (forget, forgets) where she (put, puts) things.

4. A slow driver sometimes (cause, causes) an accident just by driving so slowly.

5. One very seldom (say, says) the word ridden, but in writing, its the correct form to use with a helping verb.

Making they subjects go with their verbs

Directions: In each sentence, cross out the incorrect verb in parentheses. Then write the correct verb.

1. His dimples (show, shows) on both of his cheeks when he smiles.

2. My friends usually (laugh, laughs) at my pots because they are old and worn out, but my friends always (want, wants) to use them.

3. My closet is filled with lots of things that (get, gets) in my way.

4. Spectators are people who (look, looks) on without taking part.

5. The two (play, plays) with each other's toys.