The treatment of studies relating to the verbose agreement has mainly focused on „attraction” errors in which the verb is wrongly in agreement with an intermediate noun with a different number of als than the name of the subject`s head (Franck et al., 2006; I bet. The results indicate that such attraction errors are certified in accordance with non-grammar phrases and are taken into account by a cue-based calling mechanism to access and compare the ingredients previously processed. Tucker et al. (2015) examined in Arabic errors of concordance within the subject component and found that discontinuous morphinological plural forms must continue to be designed for grammatical characteristics so that they can be used as treatment instructions for the appeal system. These complacent reading studies focused on unilingual adult data and it is not known how and whether these attractions would also affect the treatment of learners (children or adults). A question with whom or what takes a singular verb. Boakovic, E. (2010). „Subjunctive-sensitive arrangement: Serbo-Croatian vs. Russian,” in Proceedings of FDSL 7.5, eds G. Zybatov, P. Dudchuk, S.
Minor and E. Pschehotskaya (Francfort on Main: P.Lang), 31-48. Also note the agreement that was shown to be also in the subjunctive vote. This study examined the sentenced treatment of the agreement of numbers between subjects of coordinates composed of two singular DPs and the verb, the subject of coordinates being either in a prevertive or postververtive position. The language studied is Greek and the data included unilingual children and adults from Greece and bilingual Albanian-Greek. As the subject association agreement responds to hierarchical and linear constraints (adjacency), the online data would highlight the relationship between grammar and parsing it. In practical terms, Greek is a special case for the coordination of the agreement between themes and keywords. The verbs are marked for the number of singulars and plurals. The numerical agreement with the coordinate subjects is sensitive to the position of the subject of coordinates, as the plural number is the only option for preverbary themes, but it is also possible if the subject of coordinates is postverbal (Spyropoulos, 2007; Kazana, 2011).
This is an example of a „partial” agreement that is also declared in other languages (for Arabic, see Aoun et al., 1994, for Slovenian, see Marué et al., 2007 for Hindi, see Benmamoun, 2000, and for serbocroatic see Bokovié, 2009, 2010).