Countless nouns such as furniture, sugar, rice, equipment, etc., are considered singular subjects and are given a singular verb. यदिदो Subject ⌘को as well as, with, with and not, In addition, but next to it, except, rather than, accompanied by, how, otherwise, nothing less, nothing less, just से孓ड़ा जााा , तो Verb पहले sub के अनऩेसाप्रयोगहोोोोोोोोोाचाहिए | The ninth rule of the consecration of subjects states that if distances, weights, or quantities represent a fixed unit or size, they are treated as singular and the folded verb is also singular. This rule states that the word “none” takes a verb according to the meaning of the sentence. It can be singular or plural, depending on the sentence. The singular form of the third person verbs in simple preview is made by adding “s/es” to the root form of the plural of the third person. We can use this rule in the format below. The twelfth rule is that nouns such as amends, archives, compasses, glasses, trousers are always considered plural, and that the co-folded verb is also plural. But when used with “a couple of”, they are considered singular. Then the attached verb form also becomes singular. He/ She/ Common Nouns/ Proper Noun + Verb with s/es at the end + object (optional) Subject/verb conformity means that the number and person of the subject must match the verb in a given sentence. This concordance of the subject and the verb is called Concord. There are certain rules for this agreement. The tenth rule is that collective names such as “group”, “herd”, “team”, etc.

be considered singular when taken as a single body, and the verb attached to them is also singular, but if the members of the group are considered individually, then they are considered plural and the added verb is also plural. यदिदो Subject को neithe….. nor, either… or, not only… but also nor, or या none-but से孓ो़ाााा, त Verb नजीकवले Subject केअनुसारप्रयोग 尻ोनाचाहिए | The third rule is that if the subject and verb are separated by a clause or a long sentence, the verb must match the subject. This rule states that if two or more subjects are connected in a sentence by words such as “or”, “nor”, “either____ neither____ again” and “not only____ but also”, the verb is chosen according to the subject closest to the verb. If one of the verbs in the sentence is plural, it must be placed near the verb and the verb must match that. The fifth rule states that if two topics are connected by “as well as”, “with”, “in addition”, “and not”, the verb associated with the first subject is chosen according to the first subject. . . .