Call me Monica. I am a registered nurse, licensed teacher, introverted artist, and all-around cool girl. I have a four-legged baby named Bambi. I am based in the Philippines. There's nothing special about me except that I have this immoderate sympathy toward living things.


Zero Conditional used to talk about facts or things that are always true. It contains two parts or clauses and both are in the present tense. If you sleep, you get energy. If you win the lottery, you become rich. If you slap a cat, it gets angry. If you mix red and white, you …


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Subject-Verb Agreement Example Sentences: I like tacos. You like pizza. We like hamburger. They like steak. He likes ice cream. She likes french fries. It likes carrots. *You may refer “it” to an animal. A rabbit for instance. More Examples: I eat lunch at 12 o’clock. You play soccer on weekends. We enjoy watching a …

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