Mathematics – my favorite subject when I was in high school. Article 11. Names such as food, furniture, crockery, stationery, etc. are singular, so the verb must be singular. Examples: Rule 1. A singular subject takes the verb in the singular and a plural subject takes the verb in the plural. Note: All English verbs are plural, we make them s or verb. Examples: (i) Naina walks every day. (ii) Workers are on strike. Article 9. The collective nouns take the verb in the singular, but if individuals are taken separately, the verb may be plural. Examples: Do you know the glasses garçons_ at the back of the class? Article 5.

When two subjects are connected either by or/ni-or-, the verb matches with the subject near it. Examples: “Furniture” is an innumerable noun and is always followed by a singular verb. For more information, click here. Few students who played football missed class. Rule 10. A plural noun that refers to distance, weight, amount, money supply represents a single figure or quantity, the verb must be singular. Examples: Here is a compilation of FREE Subject Verb Agreement MCQs for classes 8, 9, 10 of English grammar. Students can practice free subject verb (Concord) MCQs, as added by CBSE in the new exam model. At the end of The Subject Verb Verb Agreement, the answer key for your reference was also provided. Article 6.

If the names are assembled in form and form a unit, the verb must be singular. Examples: Question 3. Enter a verb in the drafts in accordance with its theme. (a) No news………………. Good news. (b) The girl and the boy……………… Missing. (c) A third of the city………………. flooded. (d) “The Three Idiots” ……………. Director: Raju Hirani. e) Bhagwan Das, the writer, and the poet, ……………….

death. (f) saffron, white and green………………. The colours of the Indian flag. g) chicken and cheese……………. My favorite breakfast. (h) the crew………………… Forced to get off the plane. (i) The ship with its crew, ……………

untraceable. j) No one agreed. there………………………. many objections to the proposal. Answer: (a) is (b) have/have (c) is (e) is (f) is (g) is (h) was/was (i) was (j) was Rule 2. Two or more individual nouns or pronouns that are bound by “and” usually take a plural verb. Examples: Rule 3. If two distinct names relate to the same person, the verb must be in the singular. Examples: Fill the spaces with the corresponding verbs in accordance with the theme.