Verb Agreement Class 7

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2. Opaque verbs: As mentioned above, an opaque verb is the verb that no object takes. Examples: the verb can be classified into different methods. There are four types of verbs. 7. Two or more singular subjects connected by “soit-ou”, neither “ni”, “or” or “ni” accept a singular verb, since devesh or deepak come today. Dinesh and his friend were invited. 8. If two subjects related by “either-or”, neither “ni”, “or” and “ni” are of a different number, the plural subject should be placed near the verb and the verb should be plural, since either Raju or his friends have broken the glass. Neither teachers nor students were present.

1. In a sentence, the verb always corresponds to the subject in number and person. one. I am a teacher. b. I`m going to play. 2. Two singular subjects, linked by “and”, accept an abbreviation plural because Mohit and Manish are good friends. 3. If the two subjects are connected by “almost” or “with”, the verb corresponds to the first subject, such as: Devesh and his children have come. When a subject is used with its opposition, the verb is used according to the subject and not the affixing, such as: I, the manager of the bank, am not satisfied with your work. Question 2.

Fill in the corresponding verb forms. Select the answers in the options in parentheses. (i) A friend of mine ___________ went to France. (a/ont) (ii) Each of the boys ___________ received a gift. (was/were) (iii) None of the participants __________ Iv) Do not mix oil and water ___ (tut/tut) (v) Me and __ (profit / gain) (vii) Neither Peter nor James _________ any right to ownership. (a/ont) (viii) The boy does not have the prize or medal _______ although he was the first to take the exam. (was/were) (ix) Wither Mary or Alice ________ (are or are) x) Neither the minister nor his colleagues ______

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