1) The sentence indicated is perfectly correct. 🔹Tipp – If the subject, which is not used after “nothing except”, is singularverb, it takes singular, and if the subject is plural, then it becomes a plural 2) “Many a” takes a singular subject and a singular verb. 3) Add “allowed” after “a” 🔹Ser – In a compound sentence, both the signs of help and the main signs should be mentioned separately if they differ in number, shape or voice. In such cases, a verb cannot act for both clauses. 4) “did she work” rather than “she worked” 🔹 Note – If a sentence is triggered by an adverb, in this case the inverse form of the verb is used. 5) “will she” instead of “she will be” 6) was rather. 🔹conseinte – if two subjects are related by and/like/unlike /besides/ and not with etc., the verb corresponds to the first subject. 7) no error 🔹Tip – `more than one` takes a singular noun and verb. 8) no `More. Comme un` takes a plural. 9) instead of having 🔸Handy Tip – one third ✔️ One third ❌ But if there is more than one in the counter like two, three, etc., then two thirds ❌ Two thirds✔️ Three quarters ❌ three quarters✔️ If it is followed by a plural count, then the plural verb is used and if it is followed by an incalculable noun or noun, then the singulate filling is used. For example, two-thirds of the book is easy to understand.✔️ Two-thirds of the book has been sold. ❌ Two-thirds of the books have been sold.
✔️ (VI) Although the spelling of some nouns ends with “s” or “he”, they are nevertheless singular and adopt singular verbs. Examples of these names are: news, economics, statistics, civic education, politics, mathematics, physics, measles, mumps, etc. The topic of the “subject-verb” agreement is common in all entrance exams, whether banking or MBA. If the preposition object is singular, then the verb used is singular and if it is plural, then the verb used is plural. What follows the preposition is called the preposition object. A few points you need to keep in mind: > use of “and” – 1) If two topics are connected by “and”, the PLURAL VERB (Auxiliary Verb) is used. Like what. – Swati and Sakshi sit side by side. (not `sitting`) 2) If two or more nouns/adjectives are connected by `and` but only one person/idea/thing is discussed, SINGULAR VERB is used. Z.B. – Slowly and steadily, the race wins. My friend, philosopher and guide came.
Rajma & Chawal is my favorite dish. (here is the theme “Court” and not Rajma & Chawal) 3) If two countless names are connected by “and” and two different topics are discussed, the PLURAL VERB is used. Z.B. – Poverty and misery come together. Let`s talk about verb now.