What is the plural of the baby is sleeping?
The babies are sleeping.
Your own question is a sentence with the word "agreement" in it. But you are probably asking about "grammatical agreement", otherwise known as "concord". It means that a singular form of a verb must be used with a singular noun. We say "the cat is sleeping" (one cat = singular). But "the cats ARE sleeping" (two or more cats = plural) The singular verb "is sleeping" must agree with the singular noun "cat". The plural…
Which heart beats faster- that of a man who has been jogging for an hour or that of a sleeping baby?
It is not called a plural verb but plural form. Verbs only have singular and plural forms in the present tense. The verb form must agree with the subject eg plural subject + plural verb form The baby crawls well now -- singular subject = baby, singular verb form = crawls The babies crawl well now -- plural subject = babies, plural verb form = crawl