However, you need to make sure that your advice is in agreement with the topic. Test yourself or download the PDFs quiz and print them for later. The famous English song "The Gambler" is a fantastic way to hear these rules in practice. The song uses many singular and plural themes, coupled with simple English verbs. Once your students have a solid understanding of themes, predicates, and objects, they are well prepared to create masterful complex sentences. But in the past, our verb form is the same as before: the only complications are the personal pronouns "you" and "me". "I" is a singular pronoun and "you" can be singular or plural depending on the context. However, they follow the same subject-verb rule as plural subjects. Notice how the verb forms have changed now to match the theme of Tom`s sentences – in this case "me".