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Sentence Correction: Subject Verb Agreement Questions - Overview

What is the main subject of the following sentence?

Among the reasons Jane loves reading novels is her rich imagination.

Excellent!

Changing the word order of the sentence might make it easier to identify the subject:

Her rich imagination is among the reasons Jane loves reading novels.

The correct answer is her rich imagination.

This sentence is one of the few sentences (5%) in which the subject comes after the verb. Changing the word order of the sentence might make it easier to identify the subject:

Her rich imagination is among the reasons Jane loves reading novels.

While imagination is part of the subject, it's not all of it.

While rich imagination is part of the subject, it's not all of it.

This sentence is one of the few sentences (5%) in which the subject comes after the verb. Changing the word order of the sentence might make it easier to identify the subject:

Her rich imagination is among the reasons Jane loves reading novels.

This sentence is one of the few sentences (5%) in which the subject comes after the verb. Changing the word order of the sentence might make it easier to identify the subject:

Her rich imagination is among the reasons Jane loves reading novels.

This sentence is one of the few sentences (5%) in which the subject comes after the verb. Changing the word order of the sentence might make it easier to identify the subject:

Her rich imagination is among the reasons Jane loves reading novels.

Jane
reading novels
Among the reasons Jane 
Among the reasons Jane loves reading novels
imagination
rich imagination
her rich imagination