लेकिन अगर Collective Noun में मतभेद हो या प्रत्येक व्यक्ति की बात की जाए तो plural verb एवं plural pronouns का प्रयोग करें | If one of the verbs is plural, it must be placed near the verb and the verb must match. दो Subject को neithe.. Neither.. or not only.. but also, or, or, जोड़ा जाए, तो प्रयोग होना चाहिए verb. The fourth rule states that if a subject consists of two or more subjects linked by „and“, the verb to be added must be in the plural. But when two of them connect to a noun that consists of a thing, the verb given remains singular. Everyone, either, ni, nor, no, nothing, everything, everything, nothing, person, person, person, every word सभी singular है और singular verb „है“ The sixth rule states that words like everyone, neither everyone nor „many“ are followed by a singular verb. “ Noun collective » में मतभेद हो „बात“ जाए तो प्रयोग एवं plural pronouns. Countless names such as furniture, sugar, rice, equipment, etc. are considered individual compartments and are given a singular verb. „दो Subject को and, with, with and not, in addition, except, accompanied, as, only, जोड़ा जाए, तो verb „sub“ प्रयोग होना चाहिए. 9.

to¤μाà¤्ठ̄ to¤ें ®to¤to¤to¤singular to¤to¤to¤¥ा to¤to¤pluarl subject be… or neither….. encore to¤ ̄ा ou to¤ ̧े to¤ुड़ा to¤¹ो to¤¤ो plural verb to¤¹ो to¤ा to¤¹ै to¤to¤° Plural subject to¤¤ो verb to¤े to¤ ̈ि to¤ to¤°¤ा to¤ा to¤ा to¤¹ै to¤ैठ̧े – John or his brother go to university. 1. zu¤to¤¬ zu¤¦ो Singular subject `et` zu¤ ̧े zu¤ुड़ा zu¤°zu¤¹े zu¤¤ो Plural verb zu¤¹ोà¤ा। – to¤ैठ̧े – Ram and Mohan leave. Sita and Geeta went to Ranchi. यदि दो Subject को neithe…. nor, either.. or not only.

but also again, or या none-but से जोड़ा जाए, तो Verb नजदीक वाले Subject के अनुसार प्रयोग होना चाहिए | Everyone, everyone, be, neither, no, nobody, nobody, nobody, nobody, everything, something, nothing, nothing, everyone, someone, nobody, everyone भी singular word है और singular verb लेता है | यदि दो Subject को and, with, with, and not, In addition to, but, except, on the contrary, accompanied by, how, if not, no less than, nothing but से जोड़ा जाए, तो verb पहले sub के अनुसार प्रयोग होना चाहह | The ninth rule of the relationship agreement with the subject states that if distances, weights, or quantities represent a single unit or fixed set, they are treated as a singular and the added verb is also singular. The singular form of the third person verbs in the simple form of the present tense is formed by the addition of `s/es` to the root form of the plural of the third person. We can use this rule in the following format. Choose the correct verb form from the given options: The last rule for the agreement of the subject is that nouns such as new, physical, measles, ethical are plural in the noun, but are considered singular when used in a sentence. 13. to¤िठ̧ी to¤μाà¤्ठ̄ to¤े Subject to¤ ̧े to¤ोठto¤ ̈िश्à¤ित weight, Dimensions, amount to¤ ̄ा Quality to¤ा to¤¬ोध to¤¹ों to¤¤ो Subjects Plural to¤¹ो to¤ा to¤to¤° Verb singular to¤¹ो to ा¤। to¤ैठ̧े – Ten miles is a long way to go. Three tons of coal is enough. The tenth rule is that collective nouns such as „group“, „herd“, „team“, etc. are considered singular when taken as bodies, and the verb attached to them is also singular, but if the members of the group are considered individually, they are considered plural and the attached verb is also plural.

The twelfth rule is that nouns such as samples, archives, compasses, glasses, trousers are always considered plural and the attached verb is also plural. But when used with „a pair, they are considered unique. Then the associated verb also becomes singular. This rule states that sentences like many, many, many, many, some of them are considered singular if they refer to quantity or quantity, but are considered plural if they refer to the number, so that the verb to be added is also chosen accordingly. He/ She/ Common Nouns/ Proper Nouns – verb (basic form) with s/es at the end – object (optional) The second rule for harmony is that the subject „is one of the singular `plural nouns` and the verb with it is also singular. The fifth rule states that if two subjects are linked by „as well“, „with“, „additional“, „and not“, the attached verb is chosen according to the first subject. This rule states that if two or more subjects in a sentence are related to words such as „or, „again“, „still either____ neither____“ and „not only____, but also“, the verb is chosen after the subject closest to the verb. . . . Singular verbs – Am, Is, Was, Has, Do, Does, Did, Has, Have, Had, Writes, Drinks, Reads.

7. to¤to¤¬ to ¤¦ो subjects singular or not,…….. or, to¤ ̄ा neither.. nor se à¤ुड़ा हो तो Verb singular होà¤ा। to¤ैठ̧े – Whether the rain or storm is coming, neither Ruby nor Reena are there. Scissors, pliers, bellows (extracteur), pliers, pliers, bellows (Flonkni), trousers, trousers, pyjamas, shorts, gallows (piège suspendu), fangs (dunk), glasses, goggles, binoculars (jumelle), sunglasses, sunglasses, sunglasses sunglasses, goggles (Dadtanban), sunglasses, sunglasses (Durbeen), sunglasses, goggles (Durubibeen), sunglasses, sunglasses, goggles, goggles(Dan), Amends(Indemnation), archive(documents historiques), residues, Auspizien, Congratulations, Glut(Ash), Fireworks, Accommodation, Outdoor berczye, Outside, Details, Revenues, Grüe, Rechutzbrille(Dan), Umgembung, Nachtér, Tachnär, Ts. कुछ forme nominale से pluriel होते है, लेकिन अर्थ में Singluar इनके साथ Singular Verb का प्रयोग करते है | (a) बीमारियों के नाम – rougeole, oreillons, rachitisme, zona, etc. (b) खेल के नाम – billiards, fléchettes, brouillons, etc. (c) Le nom du pays – Les États-Unis, les Antilles, etc. (d) Noms de livres – Les Mille et Une Nuits, etc.

(e) Subject names – Physics, Economics, Education, Statistics, Politics, Linguistics, etc. he(her), she(she), she(he), Ram (Ram), Seeta (Sita), boy (boy), girl (girl). Some nouns are always used in the plural, they cannot be made singular by removing the s at the end of these nouns, they also look plural in appearance and they are also used in the plural. But the number of is used in the sense of a certain number, followed by the plural Sub. . . . .