> If the two themes are linked by the following, then the verb is in agreement with the NEAREST theme. – Nor… neither… or, but… neither, none. But, again, isn`t it? Z.B. – Neither Ram nor his parents came. 15) “an” 🔹Insindication – “Would have better” is used to give advice or to tell people what to do. Meaning is not the present or the future of the past. Always use `had` before you don`t. With better, we use the nude infinitive. 16) No error 17) The sentence is quite correct. 🔹Seign – help, command, let, make are cause verbs because they cause something else.

If used in the active voice, they follow (except let) infinitive naked (v1). But if they are used in a passive voice, they are followed by an infinitive (up to `v1`). Example – I had my friend`s riddle solved. ✔️ My friend was brought to solve the riddle. ✔️ 18) No error🔹Insinvraisson – Here, the word is better matched with conditions on the word “better,” which means getting better or better than someone else. 19) If negative ideas are included in a noun clause with verbs (Imagine, think, believe, suppose) in the main clause, it is advisable to make the main clause negative. The underlying rule is that the subject and the verb must match in number. Here are the “students” and the “teachers” both names. The verb should correspond to the first name that is “student.” Okay, let`s talk about the verb.

Now that we have learned the important rules of the verb in our previous article, we are ready to kill some questions of this subject. Start. ⏩ compilation of important verb-based error detection questions for SSC (CGL, CPO, CHSL) , BANK (IBPS SBI RBI) and other tests. Here is the relative pronoun. So, according to the rule, the verb (a) will take its number of the name (decision) that precedes `that`. a) phrases as accompanied by, in addition, as well as, with etc., the verb corresponds to the first name. It`s mostly “chocolate.” Therefore, the verb should be “chocolates” and not “children.” It is therefore very important that we choose very clearly the subject (his person – 1/2/3 and his number, that is, the singular or the plural). If the subject and the verb do not match, then there is a grammatical error. 8.c) What will come instead, as `with` will take verb according to the first subject. If you are preparing for banking, insurance and other competitions for recruitment or entry, you will probably find a section on English. Error Spotting Quiz 2 for Banking for Banking – Insurance Exams helps you learn concepts on important topics in English – Subject verb agreement. This 2 error spotting is important for tests such as IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer, etc.

Read the following tips for fixing the problem – bug detection based on the verb and solving the next quiz.