No one will argue that English is an easy language to learn. It takes a lot of practice and sometimes memorization.
To show you how crazy English is, let's look at the words everybody, somebody, anybody, and nobody.
In the sentence, " The apple is on the table," we use the singular verb "is" because there is only one apple.
In the sentence, " The apples are on the table" you will notice we use the verb "are" because there is more than one apple. Easy, right?
So, you would always say, "everybody is happy" or "somebody is late." Never say, "everybody are happy" or "somebody are late"
Is this an easy lesson to remember for today?