Transitioning From Web Developer to Comic Book Author:

Subject Verb Agreement Coordinated Subject

In a recent work, Johnson (2013) drew attention to a phenomenon of syntactic convergence in Latin and Ancient Greek (AG), known to general linguists and discussed by the grammars of both languages, but rather neglected.1 In GA, as well as in Latin and in many unrelated languages, when the chord is triggered by two or more coordinated sentences, Two different constructions are allowed: either the chord can be controlled by the coordinated sentence as a whole, by a synthetic resolution of the linked sentence, or it can be triggered by only one of the coordinated words. Like what. B two coordinated singular nouns can concede a plural or singular conformity on the syntactic elements they control. In the general corpus and in sample B, the closely related chord (i.e.: the situation in which it is the subjects closest to the verb that triggers the concordance) dominant. . . .