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Of the two sentences-"The cow eats grass" and "Cow eats the grass"-which one is correct?
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Hi please help me in this one.

His cows eat or eats grass

One cow: His cow  eats grass.
Two cows (or more): His cows eat grass.
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anirbanbagchi Of the two sentences-"The cow eats grass" and "Cow eats the grass"-which one is correct?

The cow lives on grass . It is an .... Sentence

I am just a student. I wanted to ask why is it that in this sentence 'cow eats grass' is correct becoz it's said that the subject and the verb should be in same form to agree with the sentence. Reply as fast
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Pranav5623 why is it that in this sentence 'cow eats grass' is correct

It is not. 'Cow' is a singular countable noun, so it requires a determiner:

A/The/This/My cow eats grass.

Pranav5623it's said that the subject and the verb should be in same form

They are: 'cow' is 3rd personal singular and 'eats' is 3rd person singular.

Cows are eating grasses

Is this correct? I think it should be

cows are eating grass

The cow eats grass and food is correct sentence.
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