Description: “The poet and singer” suggests the singular; Therefore, “is” correct. (If “the” is also used in front of the singer – the poet and THE SINGER – then the subject becomes plural – otherwise the word poet and singer means the same person – Swanand Kirkire.) Question 9. (i) Mathematics is an interesting subject (ii) mathematics was an interesting subject (iii) mathematics is an interesting subject (iv) mathematics is/have been an interesting subject explanation: “Practically” suggests the singular subject (Sunil); Therefore, “is” correct. (`As well as a subject or name(s) are not part of the subject) Rule 5b: Parentheses are not part of the topic. Example: The basic rule of subject-verb concord is that a singular subject (the counter of a plot that is spoken of in the sentence) always takes a singular verb (the plot executed in the sentence), while a plural meeting always takes a plural. There are five pens in this box. (Use a plural verblage after if the next noun is plural.) 4. The poet and the singer agreed to come. (Here we use plural verblage, as both nouns refer to two different people.) Keywords: Class 6 English Grammar WorksheetsBubjecte Verb Convention RulesBubient Verb Agreement Worksheet Presense A verb must match in number and person about it. (a) If the subject is third, person singular, most English verbs end on -s or -il, but there is no -s or -il on the plural of the third person. He goes to school.
They go to school. Sita goes to school. Sita and Rama go to school. You eat a mango. Ram eats a mango. Question 3. Put the correct verb in each of the sentences listed below. The verb comes from Latin, which means a word. This is called because it is the most important word in a sentence.
A verb is a word that is used to say something about a person or thing. Have and have Verbs have and have used to say what people possess or possess. They are also used to talk about things that people do or receive, such as diseases. These words are the simple presensence of the verb. 2. For other irregular verbs, the simple past tense is the same as the past party (but differs from the infinitive). For example, say — tell: Can you tell me about Sharan? She told me to come back the next day. .