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. 14. The nouns “class” such as food, furniture, clothing, etc. take a singular verb: exception: If the collective noun is not used as a unit, but for different individuals or things, then it takes a verb in the plural. Rule 1: If there are two subjects in a sentence, linked to and, the verb is always plural. one. In each sentence a verb is delivered in accordance with its theme: 19. If two or more subjects are linked by nor or or or bound, the verb is used according to the number of the nearest name: Rule 5. When two subjects are connected either by or/ni-or-, the verb matches with the subject near it. Examples: Directions: 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. 5. One of the plural Noun: If the subject is composed of a plural kiss, the verb is singular: Tags: cbse class 8 worksheetsMacmillan English Ferry class 8 6. Long topic: If a clause or a long group of words is the subject, we must ensure that the verb is consistent with the subject: 20. A collective noun such as the jury, committee, family, etc.
takes a singular verb when it is considered an entity. But when they are considered individuals, they take a plural verb: in the example, one expresses a message of desire, no fact; Therefore, what we usually consider plural is used with the singular subject. Exception: In either or either, neither/nor, if the subject is composed, i.e. one subject is singular and the other plural, then the verb agrees with the name or pronoun that is closest to it. The subject and the verb must correspond in number and in person. Article 4. If a single subject is qualified by “everyone,” “everyone,” “neither” nor “either,” the verb must be in the singular. Examples: However, if these names are used without “a pair,” they take a plural verb: rule 2.