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ACT Instructor Aaron shows you how to tackle ACT English Questions involving Verb Tense and Verb Agreement.

Knowing the Difference Between Verb Tense and Verb Agreement on the ACT English Section

Today, we’re going to be talking about verbs, particularly about agreement and tense, in the ACT English section.

For agreement, we are going to be focusing on the conjugation between the subject of the sentence and the verb. For verb tense, questions are going to be phrased and have answers a little bit differently than agreement questions.

Remember, when you are dealing with verbs, there are going to be two different types of questions – one’s on agreement and one’s on tense with agreement questions. You want to remember what my subject is and how it is conjugating my verb with tense questions. You want to remember what tense I am in. Is it present, is it past, is it future, or is it one of the perfect tenses?

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