Subject Verb Agreement Schoolhouse Rock

Mr. Morton knocked on his door Mr. Morton hit Mr. Morton sitting on his veranda Yes, he sat there and swung. Mr. Morton was a nervous man; When she opened the door, he ran. The subject is a subject, it is a person, a place or a thing It is who or what it is and the predicate is the verb It is the word of action that rises and falls the subject It is the story of Mr. Morton Mister Morton is who? This is the subject of our story, and the predicate tells what Mr. Morton must do The cat being smothered, the sun has fallen asleep, a neighbor chases his child.

Come here, my child. Each sentence is over if you know what the subject has done. Mr. Morton is the subject of the sentence, and what the predicate says, he does. . Mr. Morton was climbing his stairs Mr. Morton climbing Mr. Morton rhymes with pretty words Mister Morton rhymes Morton was lonely Mr. Morton was alone until Pearl arrived with a single rose. Who said women couldn`t make proposals? Now Mr. Morton is happy and Pearl and the cat went to Mister Morton went down the street Mister Morton talked to his cat Mister Morton (Hello, cat.

You look fit.) Mr. Morton was lonely Mr. Morton was Mister Morton wrote Pearl a poem Mister Morton wrote Pearl in the afternoon Pearl responded with a note Mister Morton was very nervous Mr. Morton was. Mr. Morton knew only one girl Mr. Morton knew that Mister Morton grew flowers for Pearl Mister Morton Mr. Morton was very shy Mr.

Morton. . . .