Ssc Subject Verb Agreement Quiz

6.c) Is will come in place of are, as the slogan is singular theme 12. A large number of new species (a) / is not yet discovered by scientists in different parts of the world. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. “A number of, a large number of” is always followed by a plural noun and a plural verb. In part b, the verb should therefore be “are” instead of “is.” 9. A very large number of students (a) / have shown interest (b) / in state exams. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. With “many, many, many,” the plural form of the verb is used. The verb should therefore be “have” instead of “having.” Compilation of key error detection/detection issues based on the subject verb agreement for SSC (CGL, CPO, CHSL) , BANK (IBPS SBI RBI) and other reviews. 💠 ESTIME – EVERY POST-BEGINS WITH HIS SMILE AND YOU KNOW WHAT, RIGHT? SO, PLEASE, BRING A SMILE. DON`T TRUST ME IN THIS WORLD IS AS BIG AS YOUR SMILE.

10. The Chief says that there are many challenges to overcome (b) / before the project is successfully launched. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. If “he” and “he” are used as input subjects, then the verb in the case of “there” is in keeping with the name or pronoun used after “there.” However, in the case of “it,” the verb is still kept as singular. See the example: đŸ”čseign – help, command, let do are cause verbs because they create something else. When used in the active voice, they follow (except) infinitely naked (v1). But if they are used in a passive voice, they are followed by an infinitive (up to `v1`). For example, I had solved my friend`s riddle. ✔ My friend was brought to solve the riddle. ✔ 18) No mistakeđŸ”čInsinson – Here, the word is better compared to the conditions on the word “better,” which means getting better or better than someone else.

19) If negative ideas are contained in a noun clause with verbs (Imagine, think, believe, suppose) in the main sentence, it is advisable to make the main sentence negative. In optative sentences, the verb used is always pluralistic, regardless of the subject. In accordance with the verb-subject agreement it should “was”. 14. More than one student (a) / has been selected by the Higher Education Authority for the annual scholarship (b)/. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (a) of the sentence. “More than one” is always followed by an individual object and a noingulier bite. The name “students” should therefore be written in a singular form, i.e. a student.

1) The sentence given is quite correct. đŸ”čTip – If the subject that is used after “none goal” is singular, it takes a singular verb, and if the subject is plural, it takes a plural 2) `Many a` takes a singular subject and a singular verb. 3) Add `authorized` to `hat` đŸ”čInference – In a compound sentence, subsidiary and main verbs should be mentioned separately when they differ in number, form or voice. In such cases, a verb cannot act for both clauses.

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