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Rule 2 - Phrases beginning with 'Of' (in Hindi)
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In this second rule of subject verb agreement , we will see that if the sentence has a phrase beginning with the word 'of', the subject will be situated before the word 'of' . This rule however has a very important contradiction. Please check it out. :)

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  4. Rule 2: The subject will come before a phrase beginning with"of. Examples: 1. A bouquet of yellow roses looks beautiful 2. The study of insects is called Entomology 3. The graphical representation of the numbers has been submitted 4. The rules of this game are simple.

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  6. With words that indicate portions- for e.g. a lot, a majority, some, all, the subject will come after 'of. Examples: 1. A lot of people have passed the SSC examination without coaching. 2. A lot of the pie has disappeared 3. A third of the city is unemployed 4. Some of the coins are missing 5. Some of the water is gone

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