Subject Verb Agreement Class 10 Workbook

    0
    156

    The basic rule of subject-verb concord is that a singular subject (the act of an action spoken of in the sentence) always takes a singular verb (the plot executed in the sentence), while a plural will always takes on a plural. Example: A.6. Fill in the gaps with appropriate verbs to complete this biography of Rickety Ron. 4. What about the team leader? Is he coming? (In the first sentence, the verb “is” implicitly refers to the subject`s team leader.) A.3. List the dialogue topics in A1 under the following headings. One thing has been done as an example Now, complete the following sentence. All nouns in the sentences below accept verblage plural. A. 1. Read the following dialog box. First, underline the word or words that represent the subject in each sentence of the dialogue. Then, go around the verbs to which each subject refers.

    (One thing was done for you as an example) Answer: Question 9. Fill in the gaps with the correct verb form: (a) Thousand rupees ………….. A lot for me. (b) If I.. ………….. A bird, I would fly. (c) Each of the girls…………….. Received an award. (d) Four weeks …………….. A good holiday. (e) My father…………..

    Do not read like comics. (f) He goes away as if he…….. Lame. Answer: (a) is (b) where (c) hat (d) is (e) made (f) where the jury is a collective name. Whenever there is a sense of unity, we use singulars with collective nouns; but if it is used in the sense of separation, we use the plural address with them, so that both are correct in different situations. Fill in the blanks with a verb form that matches the object. In this unit, you will learn the relationship between a subject and its verb. We need to work on this because students often make mistakes when they find out if the subject is singular or plural. As a result, mistakes are made in the use of verbs that belong to words such as jeans, scissors, politics, etc. This unit deals with these areas.

    Fill in voids with appropriate verb forms. Select the answers in the options in parentheses. B.1. Work in pairs. Write down five questions with some of the names above listed in B. When you`re done writing, ask another couple of students to answer your questions. Answers: Activity for the class level. . . .