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Study The Rules Of Subject Verb Agreement
Rule-2 If the percentage or part of something is mentioned with the plural, the plural verb is used. For example, 30% of Indian women are educated. 27. A noun rate or a clause that is the subject of a sentence requires a singular verb. 19. Some names such as scissors, jeans and salaries have plural shapes, but not singular counterparts. These names almost always take the plural. 4. A verb must correspond to its subject, not its purpose. 11. In cases where the subjects are bound by or, again, by . .
. . or, or not . . . also, the verb must agree with the subject closer to it. Rule – 4. If a single name is linked to a plural substrate by the word `de`, a singular verb is used. 1. A verb should correspond to its subject, not to an additional sentence in the sentence, as for example. B of a preposition or verbal expression. Ignore those kinds of phrases.
Rule 13 When two themes are linked by « AND, » the verb is pluralistic. But if these expressions refer to an amount, the verb is in the number of singulars. Examples: Rule – 5. Sometimes only one substantive is connected to other subtantives, such as.B. with, as well as, next to, beyond, accompanied by. Such a sentence is not treated as part of the subject. In such cases, a singular verb is used. Rule-22 No one can accept a singular or plural verb according to the next name. In academic writing, grammar and sentence construction are of the utmost importance. While this also applies to informal writing, grammatical errors in academic writing can immediately reduce the author`s credibility. It is therefore important to ensure that subjects and verbs always coincide. The relationship between subjects and verbs is at the centre of grammatically correct English writings.
The verb-subject chord unites a sentence and facilitates understanding. For example, in this sentence: « In academic writing, grammar and sentence construction is of the utmost importance, » the verb should be ARE, because the sentence has a composite (plural) theme of grammar AND sentence construction.