Date: 09 Ott 2021 0 Comment Posted by: mariodanieledicamillo
15. Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while civics (is, are) Andreas` favorite subject. 16. Some names are preceded by many, many, many, etc. These nouns adopt a singular verb when they refer to quantity or quantity. But they take a plural when they refer to the number: in the example, one expresses a message of wishes, not a fact; This is why the were, which we usually consider a plural verblage, is used with the singular. Rule 8. The noun plural in the form, but the singular in the sense take the verb in the singular. Examples: A. In each of the following sentences, indicate a verb in agreement with its subject: Choose the correct form of the verbs indicated in parentheses in the following sentences: Fill in the blanks with the corresponding verbs in agreement with its subject. (a) A dog ………… A faithful animal.
(b) Neither my parents nor relatives……. Last night, at the party. (c) Each of the boys ……. In no uncertain terms. (d) The whole class as well as the principal of the school, …. accepted the proposal. (e) Neither Rasipa nor Reeta ……. The present.
(f) His briefcase and wallet ………. was lost. (g) Policy …………. his bread and butter. (h) The Commission …. has published its report. (i) Three parts of the activity …. I went to hurt. (j) Either he or me……… Erroneously. Answer: (a) is (b) where (c) is/war (d) hat (e) is/are (f) haben (g) ist (h) hat (i) is (j) in the direction: underlines the appropriate verb in these sentences.
1. The girl or her sisters (watch, watch) watch TV every day. 2. Rohan (doesn`t, doesn`t) loves sports. 3. His classmates or the boy (studies, studies) before a test. 4. One of the cookies (is, is) missing. 5.
A lady with 10 dogs (live, live) in this big house. 6. Mumps is very serious. 7. The commission (decides, decides) when it is postponed. 8. Our team (is, is) the best. 9. Everyone (enjoys, enjoys) a good song.
10. Either (is, are) appropriate. 11. Plural nouns with singular meaning: nouns that are plural, but singular in the sense, usually adopt a singular verb: If we use a singular noun as the subject of a verb, we use a singular verb. . . .