English Grammar Trivia Quiz: Subject Verb Agreement Class 10

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How well you know English grammar? Do you know rules of Subject Verb Agreement? This quiz will test your knowledge. 
Subject Verb Agreement: As per English grammar, subject of sentence must agree verb in number. In a simple way, if subject is singular then verb must be singular and if the subject is plural then verb must also be plural. 
Example: 
John walks to office every day. (Subject “John” is Singular agrees Singular Verb “Walks”)
Now, lets test your knowledge about how much you know about Subject Verb Agreement. Below are ten question, pick the answer among four options. And at last we will show the results.

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The students [study/studies] hard for their exams."

  • study

  • studies

  • studying

  • studied

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The flowers in the garden [needs/need] watering."

  • needs

  • need

  • needing

  • needed

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The team [has/have] won the championship."

  • has

  • have

  • had

  • having

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The cat [is/are] sleeping on the windowsill."

  • be

  • are

  • am

  • is

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The dog [barks/bark] loudly when strangers approach."

  • barking

  • bark

  • barks 

  • barked

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The children [play/plays] in the park every afternoon."

  • playing

  • plays

  • played

  • play 

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "My favorite book [is/are] on the top shelf."

  • is

  • are

  • am

  • be

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "She [go/goes] to the library every Saturday."

  • go

  • goes

  • went

  • going

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "The music from the speakers [fill/fills] the room with joy."

  • fill

  • fills

  • filling

  • filled

Demonstrates correct subject-verb agreement: "My brother and sister [is/are] twins."

  • is

  • am

  • are 

  • be

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