VERB-SUBJECT AGREEMENTRule 13 : Some nouns, which are singular in form but are plural in number take a plural verb.Examples : People were shouting. Cattle are grazing. Rule 14 : When a plural noun denotes some particular quantity or amount considered as a whole, it takes a singular verb.Examples : Five hundred rupees is a big amount. Hundred miles is a long distance. Rule 15 : The title of books, names of countries or subjects which look like plural, but actually...
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VERB-SUBJECT AGREEMENTRule 9 : Nouns, plural in form but singular in meaning, take a singular verb.Examples : This news were broadcast from All India Radio yesterday. (Incorrect)This news was broadcast from All India Radio yesterday. (Correct) Rule 10 : When two subjects are joined by not only..... but also, the verb must agree with the second subject.Examples :Not only the principal, but also the students were laughing. Rule 11 : When two...
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VERBWe have studied about the Verb and four rules of the 'Verb-Subject' agreement in part I of the Verb quiz.Here, we'll study further rules of 'Verb-Subject' agreement.Rule 5 : If two subjects are joined by either.....or, neither....nor, the verb agrees with the subject near to it.Example :  Either my brother or I am to do this work. Neither he nor they are prepared to do this work. Rule 6 : A noun singular in form...
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VERBA Verb is a word used to tell or assert something about some person or thing.The verb may tell us :What a person or thing does: asNoah swims.What is done to a person or thing: asJack is punished.What a person or thing is: asThe dog is dead. AGREEMENT OF THE VERB WITH THE SUBJECT:'Verb-Subject' agreement plays a very important role in English Grammar. Even those who enjoy a good command over the language. Sometimes commit mistakes. In the following...
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Choose the correct verb classification of the given sentence. Select the answer from the option provided. 
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Quick grammar quiz for you today. Take a look at the give sentences and choose the correct verb.Let's see if you get 100/100!
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