Subject Verb Agreement Quiz Ssc Cgl

18. He and I made (a) / a plan to surprise our (b) / mother on her birthday. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (a) of the sentence. If two pronouns are joined by “and,” the verb is kept in plural form. Therefore, “a” should be replaced by “having” in part (a) of the sentence. 8. This is not Vikash, but his friends (a) / were found (b) / involved in the conspiracy. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. If two subjects by “not” or “not…. but ” are related, the verb is maintained according to the subject with which “no” is not used. The verb should therefore be in part (b) of the phrase “were” instead of “what.” 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.” 16. His parents were angry with him (a)/ because two thousand rupees (b) / were spent by him for useless objects. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is partly (c) of the sentence. If the combination of the “numeraladjektiv – pluriural noun” gives an impression of a value, distance, height or weight, etc., the verb should be in a singular form. In part (c), the verb should therefore be “what” rather than “were.” Since the verb is “knew” in the past, the helping verb must be in its earlier form. 🔹Seign – help, control, let do, 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 mistake🔹Insinson – 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. 7.(B) Confesses replaces Confesses. Most take the plural noun and plural verbs. 13. Two-thirds of the state (a) /Land was acquired by the rural mafia of our city (b)/. (c)/ No errorSolution: the sentence is correct. Please note that if “half of, one third, three fourth etc.” is followed by an innumerable name, then the verb is maintained as singular.

However, if the name is countable, the verb is kept as plural. See the example below: 6.(C) He always takes singular verb with him so was instead of coming. In accordance with the verb-subject agreement it should “was”. Air pollution and waste are followed by “with,” so it takes a singular verb “Is.” 3.(b) It would seem that Indian politics is a singular subject. Z.B. Where are the pieces of this puzzle? (The subject is not this puzzle, but it is the pieces of this puzzle, so the theme is plural) 11. The number of accidents increases (a) / trend (b) / on the Delhi metro line. (c)/ No error solution: the error remains part of the sentence.

Among them” always follows a plural name, but a singular verb. Thus, “are” should be replaced by “East.” 8. This is not Vikash, but his friends (a) / were found (b) / involved in the conspiracy. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence.

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