24 April 2015

*NUMBER CHANGE*

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

My old high school friend often comes over for a visit on Saturdays and spends the day with me. He usually brings his dog, who likes to run around while we throw the ball or play frisbee in the yard.

3 comments:

juliede33 said...

My old high school friends often come over for a visit on Saturdays and spend the day with me. They usually bring their dog, who like to run around while we throw the ball or play frisbee in the yard.

annie wesley said...

Our old high school friends often come over for visits on Saturdays and spend the day with us. They usually bring their dogs who like to run around while we throw the ball or play frisbee in the yard.

Michael said...

Good job, both of you.

But, Julie, watch your subject-verb agreement: "dog, who likes" or "dogs, who like".