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SSC (cgl/cpo/chsl), Bank (po/clerk), lic (ado), RAS (mains) & other exams

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Firoz Khan
3 years ago
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2 years ago
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Prerit Sharma
9 months ago
maine bhi Kiya tha, us par ab videos update nhi hoti. old videos and no questions to practice.
very nice sar please sar transformation karva do please aak topic
  1. Subject-Verb Agreement The verb must agree with its Subject in Number and Person. i.e., Subject (a) Singular Singular (b) Plural Notes: (i) Verb in its original form is treated as Plural and Noun in its original form is treated as Singular. Verb (Original form) Plural Noun (Original form) Singular Verb Plural

  2. (ii) Verb + s/es-singular Noun + s/es = Plural e.g., Bird flies. (Singular subject singular verb) Birds fly. (Plural subject plural verb) (ii) In English 'I' Generally takes Purral verb but it takes 'was' and 'am' in Past Continuous and Present Continuous Tense. e.g., I read a book. I am singing a song I was dancing with Sita

  3. VERB SUBJECT Main Verb Noun Pronoun Helping Verb Plural Singular Noun (sing.) Noun Singular Plural Singular Boy /Gir s/es H Plural Are Vi+s/esVI We You IS Were I Was They Has Does Plural She Have It Do Boys Girls