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The following question will help you practice identifying a Verb+ing/to Verb subject, which is common in Subject Verb Agreement questions. Note that the sentences in this practice do not contain mistakes, so don't look for any.
While this sentence has words of the form V-ing (interesting) and to V (to observe), neither of these words is the subject of the sentence. The subject of the sentence is It and the verb it corresponds to is is.
To observe (to V) is the subject of this sentence. The sentence's conjugated verb is is.
The subject of this sentence is The movement of the planets and agrees with the verb is.
While this sentence contains a V-ing form (observing), it is not the subject of the sentence.
The subject of the sentence is he. The word observing is part of the conjugated verb was observing.
This question asks you to look for a word with either the form Verb+ing or to+Verb, which serves as the subject of the sentence.
Examples of these two forms are: watching, bathing, exercising or to watch, to bathe, to exercise.
It is not enough to identify the form, you also have to determine whether it acts as the grammatical subject of the sentence.
Which of the following sentences contains a V-ing/to V subject?
I don't know