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Subject-Verb Agreement: Part 2 (in Hindi)
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sir make a video on parallel path deacy nd series
I guess there are no questions asked on parallel decay but still I will explain it's algorithm.
Somesh J
2 years ago
thnx sir waiting for tht video
see the 12th lecture
nice concept sir, thanku so much 😊
sir aap to bhut aacha padhate ho eng. me eng. sikhane k bad likh lenge
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  1. Rule 2: If Each or 'Every", comes before one noun or more than one noun the noun & verb should be singular. e-g. Each boy and each girl has to go. Each day, each hour and each minute is important. Every man, every woman and every d Every men, every women and every children is glad. (incorrect)

  2. Rule 3: Or, Nor, Either.... or, Neither.......... nor, Not only..... but also (a) If two or more Singular Subjects are connected by any of these words, then verb should be used according to its nearest subject. e.g., Either Harsh or Manas is coming today. No boy or girl was present in the class. Neither the teacher nor his students were present. Problem: Not only the doctor / but also the nurses of this nursing / home is very kind and helpful to the attendants. / No error Explanations: There is an error in the third part of the sentence as the verb is preceded by plural subject and hence plural verb are should be used.