Sentence Correction Grammar Essentials

Subject-Verb Agreement Subject–The noun performing the action in a sentence. Verb–The action being performed. The subject of the sentence and the action verb must agree in number. In general, subjects that are singular and in the Third Person will take one set of verbs and all other subjects will take another set of verbs. The Third Person means that the noun refers to a person or thing that is not the speaker (“I”) or the person being spoken to (“you”). Examples: He walks. They walk.…

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Sentence Correction Strategy

Sentence Correction is one of the three main categories of question on the verbal section of the GMAT. Many test takers struggle with Sentence Correction questions because of the deep understanding of English grammar that the questions require. At the same time, this also makes the questions easier to study for. If you understand English grammar and practice applying that grammar to questions, then you can there are no limits to how well you can do on the Sentence Correction section of the GMAT. For…

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