18 Dec There Is Some Agreement
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? A rare type of arrangement that phonologically copies parts of the head instead of agreeing with a grammatical category.  For example, in Bainouk: Thank you Alex. I have to say that it helps me a lot. I still have problems with the subject of the agreement Should I say: should everyone do something for their life or their life? Because in this case, I`m talking about someone. What is the difference in meaning between `anyone` and `someone`, `someone` and `someone`? “He`s gone to America” can have two meanings. In one case, it could mean he went to America one day. However, for this meaning, it would be more appropriate to use “either” instead of “gone.” Otherwise, it may mean that he is currently in America… he left his country and visited or lives in America. Compared to English, Latin is an example of a very curved language. The consequences for the agreement are: Hey Alex! I can say that some of the students are responsible. does this mean individual students or students? Here are some specific cases for the verb-subject agreement in English: a protester protests. You are someone who expresses your displeasure about an aspect of society, where they work, etc.
“He went to America” means that he has regularly visited America from the past to the present. Maybe he`s working there, or maybe there`s a family to visit regularly. If you look back at other videos, you can observe the different stages of my hair. Haha. It grows really fast, and I`m sometimes embarrassed about it in some videos! I understand that “everything” is used for negative phrases or interrogation and “someone,” “someone” for affirmative sentences. Am I right? Thank you very much! Thank you for your comment, Alina. I see what you mean by that, how the use of variants could be perceived by non-native English speakers. If I were to hear such an example, I would tend to give the speaker the benefit of the doubt and consider it a natural and idiomatic choice. But maybe no others. It`s so common in informal English that most listeners don`t even notice the “mismatch” most of the time. It also depends on the immediate context: some plural substrates can make a fictitious chord more noticeable. The phrase that there are some problems with this sounds good because pair is a singular noun (which takes a plural verb).
In the similar sentence, there are two problems with that, the lack of a formal agreement is more striking, but would still sound good to me in a familiar register. Case agreement is not an essential feature of English (only personal pronouns and pronouns with a case mark). An agreement between these pronouns can sometimes be respected: the agreement usually involves matching the value of a grammatical category between different elements of a sentence (or sometimes between sentences, as in some cases where a pronoun is needed to agree with its predecessor or reference). Some categories that often trigger grammatical chords are listed below. The verbs must agree with their subjects in numbers and numbers and sometimes in sex. Articles and adjectives must correspond, in the case, the number and gender, to the underlyings they change. Last month, I gave an overview of the grammatical agreement, also called Concorde, and explained the difference between two main types: the formal agreement and the fictitious agreement.