Worksheet On Subject Verb Agreement Class 9

Rule 2. Two or more nouns or singular pronouns connected by “and” usually adopt a plural reference. Examples: You can master the English grammar of different classes through our articles such as tenses, clauses, prepositions, writing stories, invisible passage, writing records, etc. 17. When a singular subject is related to another noun or pronoun by and in addition to, except, etc., we use a singular verb. Rule 10. A plural noun referring to distance, weight, size, quantity of money represents a single number or set, the verb must be singular. Examples: 18. A singular verb is used with singular pronouns, e.B. any, either, neither, person, etc. The subject and verb must match in number and person. 5.

One of + plural noun: If the subject consists of “one of + plural noun”, the verb is singular: choose the correct form of the verbs indicated in parentheses in the following sentences: Here are some rules that govern the correspondence of the subject and the verb: 1. Number: The basic principle of the subject-verb agreement is that singular subjects need singular verbs. Plural subjects need plural verbs: 2nd person: The rules for the person are as follows: (i) The first person singular or plural takes a singular verb: In these sentences, break-ins and bed & breakfast are compound nouns. Exception 3: If two singular substitutes refer to the same person or thing, even if they are through and connected, the verb is singular. Article 11 Nouns such as food, furniture, dishes, stationery, etc. are singular, so the verb must be singular. Examples: 10. Plural nouns: The title of a book, the name of a house or hotel in the plural takes a singular verb: Example: Ram and Shyam go to the market. Exception 1: If there are two subjects in a sentence that are through and connected, but preceded by each or everyone, then the verb is always singular. 11. Plural nouns with singular meaning: Nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning usually assume a singular verb: filling in the gaps with appropriate verbs depending on their subject.

a) A dog ………………. a faithful animal. (b) Neither my parents nor my relatives……. present at the party yesterday. (c) Each of the boys ……. honest. d) The whole class as well as the principal, …. accepted the proposal. e) Neither Rasipa nor Reeta ……. Present. f) His briefcase and wallet ………….

Lost. (g) Policy ………………. his bread and butter. (h) The Committee. . has published its report. (i) Three parts of the business…. went for me to do it.

j) Either he or me …………. inadvertently. Answer: (a) is (b) where (c) is/war (d) a (e) is/are (f) ont (g) is (h) a (i) is (j) in the direction: Underline the correct verb in these sentences. 1. The girl or her sisters (watch, watch) watch TV every day. .