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Sentence Correction: Subject Verb Agreement - Ving/to V Subject

In Sentence Correction, a subject which is a verb - Verb+ing or To Verb - is __________.

You're right!

Such subjects are singular.

Examples:

1. Watching TV relaxes John.

2. To know John means to love him.

Actually, such subjects are singular.

Examples:

1. Watching TV relaxes John.

2. To know John means to love him.

No it doesn't. All subjects that are made up of verbs are singular.

Examples:

1. Watching TV relaxes John.

2. To know John means to love him.

Actually, both are singular.

Examples:

1. Watching TV relaxes John.

2. To know John means to love him.

The correct answer is that such subjects are singular.

Examples:

1. Watching TV relaxes John.

2. To know John means to love him.

singular
plural
sometimes singular and sometimes plural - it depends on the specific verb
Verb+ing is singular; To verb is plural
Verb+ing is plural; To verb is singular

I don't know