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9th October
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(2) If two subjects are combined in the same reference by the use of “and”, the verb is plural. (7) Singularverb is used with “either”, “ni”, “not”, “everyone”, “someone”, “everyone”, “a lot of a”, “more than one”. Subject-verb correspondence is an important part of English grammar. The concept of subject-verb concordance is simple, but complex sentences can cause confusion. We will study the definition of subject-verb concordance, some rules that will help you correctly construct sentences in English, and some examples. In most cases, a collective noun is a unit of something, and this is how it is treated as a singular noun and the label must be reproduced as a singular verb: sometimes compound subjects are composed of singular and plural nouns. This is not a problem if the conjunction is the word and, but if the conjunction is the word or is, the predicate should correspond to the noun closest to the verb. Choose the theme of the following sentence: Where was the epicenter of the earthquake? (3) In this case, a singular verb is used -> noun + and + noun (combination sounds singular) The exception to this rule is a situation where the subject uses the word and is actually a single subject, which means that the predicate must be also singular: a compound subject is composed of two or more subjects…

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