Rule-6 Abstract nouns generally accept singular verbs. Examples No can accept either a singular verb or a plural verb, depending on the noun that follows. 13. Two-thirds of the government (a) / country were acquired (b) / by the rural mafias of our city. (c)/ No error Solution: the sentence is correct. Please note that if “half, one third, three quarters, etc.” is followed by countless nouns, the verb is retained as singular. However, if the noun can be counted, the verb is retained as a plural. See the example below: many are followed by the singular noun and a singular verbage is used. If “One” is the subject of the sentence, then the pronouns used are used themselves, etc. Do not use it yourself if “not only…. but also” is used to combine two subjects, the verb corresponds to the nearby subject. Rule-11 Do not be confused by the words between the subject and the verb; they do not affect the rule of the agreement.
For example, the dog that hunts squirrels belongs to Bridget. B) If two different singular nouns express an idea, the verb must be in the singular form. Or the two singular nouns/countless nouns are used in pairs, and then the verb used will be singular. The subject is singular, so it is rotten quantity of / quantity of + incalculable noun the verb used will be singular. but ” are related, the verb is maintained according to the subject who does not use “no”. The verb should therefore be a part (b) of the phrase ” were ” instead of ” what “. The verb should not be chosen on the basis of the subject of sentences. The study of languages and sciences is very important for your studies. (The subject is not languages and sciences, but studies.) If “One” is the subject of the sentence, then the pronouns used will be themselves, etc. Do not use it yourself if two different nouns are linked and the verb used is plural.
8.c) What will come instead, since “with” will take the verb according to the first subject. The subject is singular, so it is the lazy amount of / quantity of nobissibles, the verb used will be singular. 15) “a ” 🔹 indication – ” Would have better ” is used to give advice or tell people what to do. Meaning is not the present or the future of the past. Always use “had” before you don`t. With better, we use the naked infinitiv. 16) No error 17) The sentence is perfectly correct. Rule-19 If the subjects who join (either or not) are of different people, the verb corresponds personally and corresponds to the noun that is closest to it. . . .