Subject Verb Agreement Exercises For Class 9 Mcq

Few students who played football missed classes. Rule 3. If two singulars refer to the same person, the verb must be in the singular. Examples: Fill in the blanks with the corresponding verbs depending on the object. (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 (s) is/are f) have (g) is (h) hat (i) is (j) although every student in my class ____ always has the schedule, one of my students always late for class. Rule 1. A singular subject takes the verb in the singular and a plural meeting takes the verb in the plural. Note: All English verbs are plural, we make them singular by adding s or adding this to the verb. Examples: (i) Naina walks around every day. (ii) The workers are on strike. Article 11. Nouns such as food, furniture, dishes, stationery, etc., are singular, which is why the verb must be singular.

Examples: Rule 2. Two or more singular nouns or pronouns connected by “and” usually adopt a plural verblage. Examples: Rule 4. If a singular subject is qualified by “each”, “each”, “ni” or “soit”, the verb must be in the singular. Examples: No one in the classroom ____ was able to answer the question of the concordance of the subject yesterday. Rule 6. If the nouns are assembled in form and form a unit, the verb must be singular. Examples: Rule 10. A plural element that concerns distance, weight, size, sum of money represents a single figure or quantity, the verb must be singular. Examples: If we construct a sentence, the verb and subject must match in number and person.

So if the subject is in the first person of the singular number, the verb must be of the singular number.. . . .

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