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Plural verbs are used with plural nouns and pronouns. Look at the chart below:
Unlike plural nouns, plural verbs do not have an "s" at the end of them.
A plural noun looks like this: plays
The team made some good plays during the game.
A plural verb looks like this: play
The men play football on the weekend.
Do you see the difference?
Plural verbs in English are a little easier to work with than singular verbs because there is only one form of the verb instead of two.
first person plural : we play
second person plural : you play
third person plural : they play
Here are some examples of plural verbs:
Okay, now try this exercise…
Directions: Indicate if the main verb is singular or plural.
1. Mice are living in my garage. (singular / plural)
2. The olives taste great. (singular / plural)
3. All of the merchandise is on sale. (singular / plural)
4. Their teacher was sick. (singular / plural)
5. Do penguins have wings? (singular / plural)
The answers are below.