Fill the spaces with the corresponding verbs in accordance with its theme. (a) A dog … A faithful animal. (b) Neither my parents nor my family… Be present at yesterday`s party. (c) Each of the boys …… It`s true. (d) The whole class as well as the principle, … The proposal was approved. (e) Neither Rasipa nor Reeta … in what set them up (f) His briefcase and his wallet …
The Employment Commission was lost. g) political … … his bread and butter. (h) The committee … … publication of his report. (i) Three divisions … (j) Either him or me……… That`s crazy. Answer: (a) is (b) are (c) are (c) est/est (e) a (e) est (g) est (h) a (i) is (d) to Rule 11.
Nouns like food, furniture, crockery, stationery, etc. are singular, so the verb must be singular. Examples: Rule 12. Phrases like:`many`, `plenty of`, `most of` are used in the singular if they refer to quantity or quantity, but they take plural verbs if they refer to the number. Example: Verb Accord Topic: Able to find the right topic and verb, will help you correct the errors of the subject verb agreement. For a sentence to be grammatically correct, the verb must match the subject in the sentence. Article 2. Two or more individual nouns or pronouns that are bound by “and” usually take a plural verb. Examples: Rule 5: With words that indicate percentage, group, majority, some, all, etc. Rule 1, which was given earlier, is reversed, and we are guided by the name to If the noun after is singular, use a singular verb. If it`s plural, use a plural verb.
Article 6. If the names are assembled in form and form a unit, the verb must be singular. Examples: Rule 8. The plural substantive in form, but the singular in the sense take the verb in the singular. “Examples: In the example, we express a message of desire, no fact; Therefore, what we usually consider plural is used with the singular subject. Article 3. If two distinct names relate to the same person, the verb must be in the singular. Examples: Rule 4: Sometimes the subject is separated from the verb by words as with, as well as, except, no, etc. These words and phrases are not part of the subject. Ignore them and use a singular verb if the subject is singular.
Exception 2: In compound subtantives that are of and connected, the verb is singular. In these sentences, break and enter and bed and breakfast are composed of names. Exception 3: If two individual names refer to the same person or to one thing, although they are related to the verb, the verb is singular. Instructions: Highlight the correct verb in these sentences. 1. Sohna (running, running) every day in the park. 2. Dogs (bark, barking, etc.) in strangers. 3. Tom and Maya (are, are) at the movies. 4. The game (was, was) exciting.
5. You (worries, worries) too. 6. They (studies, studies) every night. 7. Black or white (is, are) your choice. 8.C was (was) amazing. 9. These (is, are) pretty shoes. 10. The cat or dog (east, are) in the yard. Article 4.
If a single subject is qualified by “everyone,” “everyone,” “neither” nor “either,” the verb must be in the singular. Examples: Here is the subject, the items, the plural, and therefore the verb must be plural.