4 March 2013

**NUMBER CHANGE, March 4th, 2013**



If a sentence is singular, change it to the plural; if it is plural, change it to the singular.

The rabbits that run up and down the roads in my neighbourhood eat plants from people’s gardens and chew on the bark of young trees; they can cause a lot of damage.

14 comments:

Zeinab140 said...

The rabbit that run up and down the road in our neighbourhood eats the plant from person‘s garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause damage.

Sara said...

The rabbit that runs up and down the road in my neighbourhood eats a plant from someone’s garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause a lot of damage.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

The rabbit that runs up and down the road in our neighbourhood eats a plant from my garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause a lot of damage. (but the nice little animal doesn’t pay the damages)

YOSUA said...

Yosua Engl140.

The rabbit that runs up and down the street in my community eat a special plant from my neighbor’s garden and chew on the bark of a young tree; it can cause a lot of damage.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB: You're on the right track, but you now have subject-verb agreement error and you are missing an article;-)
SARA:A great solution:-)
ALEXEY:Another good answer:-)
YOSUA: Can you check agreement issues?

Zeinab140 said...

The rabbit that runs up and down the road in our neighbourhood eats the plant from person‘s garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause a damage.

YOSUA said...

Yosua Engl140.

The rabbit that runs up and down the street in my community eats a special plant from my neighbor’s garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause a lot of damage.

Peggy Ronning said...


The rabbit that runs up and down the lane in Mark and Victoria's neighbourhoods eats only one plant from Mark's garden and chews on the bark of one young tree, it can cause a lot of damage.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB:better, but there are 2 article errors;-)
YOSUA:Thank you:-)
PEGGY: A good approach; now check whether something else could be singular, and also check punctuation;-)

Peggy Ronning said...


The rabbit runs up and down the lane in Mark and Victoria's neighbourhoods eats only one plant from Marks garden and chews on a piece of bark from one young tree; it can cause a lot damage.

Veronica Baig said...

PEGGY: Much better:-)

Valerie Lefebvre said...

A rabbit ran up and down the roads in my neighborhood eating a plan from someone’s garden and chewing on the bark of a young tree; a rabbit can cause a lot of damage.

Zeinab140 said...

The rabbit that runs up and down the road in our neighbourhood eats a special plant from person‘s garden and chews on the bark of a young tree; it can cause lot of damage.

Veronica Baig said...

VALERIE:Almost--check a plural that could be made singular, and check for a typo;-)
ZEINAB:Now there's just one article error;-)