CORRECT USAGE From: Wren & Martin Agreement of the Verb with the Subject Part 1
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Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) The quality of the mangoes not good. (was/were) 2) The_introduction of tea and coffee and such other beverages.not been without some effect. (has/have) 3) His_knowledge of Indian vernaculars is far beyond the common.
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) The state of his affairs was such as to cause anxiety to his creditors. 2) If it were possible to get near when one of the volcanic eruptions takes place, we should see a grand sight. 3) The results of the recognition of this fact are seen in the gradual improvement of the diet of the poor.
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject . 2 1) Gold and silver are precious metals. 2) Fire and water do not agree 3) Knowledge and wisdom have oft-times no connection. 4) Are your father and mother at home? 5) In him were centred their love and their ambition 6) He and I were playing
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) Time and tide waits for no man. 2) The horse and carriage is at the door. (aisrSt) 3) Bread and butter is his only food 4) Honour and alory is his reward. 5) The rise and fall of the tide is, due to lunar influence. 6) My friend and benefactor has come. 7) The novelist and poet is dead.
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject TFT edreft with, as well as . TS NER are T 1) The house, with its contents, was insured. 2) The Mayor, with his councillors, is to be present. 3) The ship, with its crew, was lost.
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) Silver, as well as cotton, has fallen in price 2) Sanskrit, as well as Arabic, was taught there. 3) Justice, as well as mercy, allows it. 4) The guidance, as well as the love of a mother, was wanting. (wanting = 3 aj
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) No nook or corner was left unexplored 2) Our happiness or our sorrow is largely due to our own actions. 3) Either the cat or the dog has been here. 4) Neither food nor water was to be found there. 5) Neither praise nor blame seems to affect him.
Agreement of the Verb with the Subject 1) Neither the Chairman nor the directors are present.