9. Seema and Nita both went to school. (Use a pluralistic verb after both… and..) 2. The bouquet of roses is beautiful. (Collective names are usually followed by a singular verb) Question two. Fill out the sentences below with an appropriate help form. (i) You drive continuously for hours. You are very tired.
(a) must be (b) (c) regular and irregular verbs The simple past of most verbs ends in -ed. These verbs are called regular verbs. If you associate two names with either or not/or not, the verb must match the name that follows or still goes. Question two. Choose the right verb and fill the spaces with: Rule 3: The verb in one or, or, either, or neither or a sentence corresponds closest to the name or pronoun. Questions 1. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. Instructions: Select verbs in the following sentences. Also write on a sheet of paper the verb and its type (stretched verb, transitive / intransitive, etc.) (i) Sue moved from New York. a) moved (b) Sue (c) New York 3. For other irregular verbs, the three forms are different, such as wake – woke/woken: I`ll wake you up. (infinitely) I woke up in the middle of the night, the baby woke up.
(past participates – perfect) I was awakened by a loud noise (the participatory past – passive) Rule 5a: Sometimes the subject is separated from the verb by words as together, and, except, no, etc. These words and phrases are not part of the subject. Ignore them and use a singular verb if the subject is singular. Examples Rule 4: Usually use a plural adverb with two or more themes when they are adorned and connected. Example: Question 8. (i) Furniture in the classroom was new (ii) Furniture in the classroom is new (iii) Furniture in the classroom is new (iv) Furniture in the classroom is/was new If you associate with or with the verb, the verb should match the name that stands in front of those words. This means that if the noun that passes before, as well as, with or with the singular, the verb should be singular. If the noun in front of these expressions is plural, the verb should be plural. Rule 5b: Parentheses are not part of the subject.
Example: Present Tense A verb must match its subject in numbers and in person. (a) If the subject is third, no one is singular, most English verbs end in -s or -it, but there are no -s or -it in plural thirds. He goes to school. You go to school. Sita goes to school. Sita and Rama go to school. They`re eating a mango. Ram eats a mango. 2.
For other irregular verbs, the past is simply the same as the participatory past (but different from the infinitive). For example, tell me, can you tell me about Sharan? She told me to come back the next day. (simple past) Did you tell anyone if you can change schools? (the past party – the present is perfect) I was told to come back the next day (past party – passive) 12. No one knows how difficult it is to get first place. (Don`t use a singular verb after anyone) Here are the basic rules of the verb-subject agreement. Rule 8: With words that indicate parts (z.B. a quantity, a majority, one, a whole – Rule 1, which was given above in this section, is reversed, and we are directed after the No.