(ii) Can, must, can and must and auxiliaries do not have “s” in singular or plural. What the Lord will ask, the servant will do. The servants will do what they ask. If `will is a full verb that means desire, it follows the rule for most other verbs and accepts `-s`-if the subject is a singular third person. No matter what God wants, man cannot change. The verbs that end with “y” and have a consonant before that `y` are added to the `y` in T and `-`if the subject is a singular third person. Ram`s counting on me. He`s doing his best. He`s flying a kite. 2. The bouquet of roses is beautiful.
(Collective names are usually followed by a singular verb) Question two. (i) He was rewarded by all his friends (ii) He received all his friends mas (iii) He rewarded with all his friends (iv) He had forgiven with all his friends question 9. (i) Mathematics is an interesting subject (ii) mathematics was an interesting subject (iii) Mathematics is an interesting subject (iv) mathematics are/were an interesting subject explanation: “The poet and the singer” suggests the singular; That`s why “is” is right. (If “the” is also used before the singer – the poet and the singer – then the theme becomes plural – otherwise the word poet and singer means the same person – Swanand Kirkire.) (b) Only one subject is sometimes confused as a plural, for example. B when it starts with (one of the nis, neither, etc.). Remember that they should be considered singular. Every one of you is wrong. None of them work here. A teacher teaches English.
9. Seema and Nita both went to school. (Use a pluralistic verb after both… and..) Here are the basic rules of the verb-subject agreement. Rule 3: The verb in either or, by or by a sentence, is closest to the name or pronoun. Examples (viii) I help my mother in her work. a) Work b) help (c) Mother 3. For other irregular verbs, the three forms are different, such as wake – woke/woken: I`ll wake you up. (infinitely) I woke up in the middle of the night, the baby woke up. (past participates – perfect) I was awakened by a loud noise (the participatory past – passive) 5.
The boy with his sister……………… (was/were) going to school. 2. For other irregular verbs, the past is simply the same as the participatory past (but different from the infinitive). For example, tell me, can you tell me about Sharan? She told me to come back the next day. (simple past) Did you tell anyone if you can change schools? (the past party – the present is perfect) I was told to come back the next day (the past participated – passive) Add the correct form of the current form of the badges shown in parentheses in the following sentences: 1. The new planes ……….. Very quickly. (Mouches) 2. The river………..
It`s good in the summer. (see) 3. Mangoes…………. Freshness. (see) 4. A friend of mine…………. In the same school as me. I read it. 5. The owners of this factory………….
very rich and ………….. in big houses. (be, live) 6. Some women…………. All aboard………….. She`s sick. (Aversion, do) 7. Boys………….. every day at school. (go) 8. It……………. to see pictures.
(how) 9. I………….. like him……….. That`s right. (Miracles, do) 10. you………….. what………….. This is me. (Knowledge, trouble) Subject-verb contract If you write a sentence, you need to make sure the subject and verb match.
If the subject is a single name, or pronoune him, she or her, you need a singular verb.