10) Students (1) / who wanted the teacher (2) / today to declare leave (3)/ no error 11) No student (1) and no teacher (2) / was present (3) / no error 1 2) I wrote my (1) / friend (2) / a letter in blue ink (3) / no error 💯Click here for important questions of error detection / errors of SUBST (with a solution) Did Ram or his cousins come? (Here`s the next topic: Ram – Singular. Therefore, “hat” is used) In each given sentence, the choice of verb (form) depends entirely on the subject of the statement. 6) My brother, like the other members (1)/ of my family, was defenseless (2)/following the tide in the city (3) / no error 💯Click here for the compilation of important questions of detection of defects/errors from pronouns (with solution) 1) The sentence indicated is quite correct. 🔹Tipp – If the subject, which is not used after “nothing except”, is singularverb, it takes singular, and if the subject is plural, then it becomes a plural 2) “Many a” takes a singular subject and a singular verb. 3) Add “allowed” after “a” 🔹Ser – In a compound sentence, both the signs of help and the main signs should be mentioned separately if they differ in number, shape or voice. In such cases, a verb cannot act for both clauses. 4) “did she work” rather than “she worked” 🔹 Note – If a sentence is triggered by an adverb, in this case the inverse form of the verb is used. 5) “will she” instead of “she will be” 6) was rather. 🔹conseinte – if two subjects are related by and/like/unlike /besides/ and not with etc., the verb corresponds to the first subject. 7) no error 🔹Tip – `more than one` takes a singular noun and verb. 8) no `More. Comme un` takes a plural. 9) instead of having 🔸Handy Tip – one third ✔️ One third ❌ But if there is more than one in the counter like two, three, etc., then two thirds ❌ Two thirds✔️ Three quarters ❌ three quarters✔️ If it is followed by a plural count, then the plural verb is used and if it is followed by an incalculable noun or noun, then the singulate filling is used.
For example, two-thirds of the book is easy to understand.✔️ Two-thirds of the book has been sold. ❌ Two-thirds of the books have been sold. ✔️ According to the subject-verb agreement, it should be “it was.” Since the verb is “known” in its past form, it must be auxiliary in its past form. 10) `was` instead of `were` 11) no error 12) `write` instead of writing 13) `helped` instead of help 🔹 Note – would prefer/would have preferred to be followed by a sentence in the connective spirit. So v2 is used. To better understand the conjunctive atmosphere of some verbs, go through ⬇️ 💯 Understanding the subjunctive atmosphere of a verb 14) The sentence is quite correct. See the Explanatory Note to question 13. It is therefore very important that we choose very clearly the subject (his person – 1/2/3, as well as his number, that is, the singular or plural).
If the subject and verb do not match, there is a grammar error. > If the two topics are related by the following, the verb corresponds to the subject NEAREST. . . .