2. Complete these sentences with the verbs of the nouns in parentheses. (i) The thief attempted ___________ (Proof) (ii) “I __________ I thought that was the case. (iii) You must do ___________ correctly if you come with us. (Behaviour) (iv) I didn`t tell the amazing story of Shanta_ ____ (Faith) (v) The teachers asked me to make the tablet _________ (Cleanliness) (vi) The children _______ out loud as the teacher joked. (Laughs) (vii) I use the remaining bread for birds ________ (Food) (viii) Try and _________ the lobby with Rangoli. (Beauty) (ix) The Minister`s speech should ____________ (Glory) (x) Please ____ a solution to this threat. I thought that was the case. 7. Two or more singular subjects related by “either or”, “ni”, “or” or “ni” take on a singular verb, since devesh or deepak come today. Dinesh and his friend were invited. 8. If two nouns or pronouns connected by “or”, “still”, “soit-ou” and “ni-ni”, are of different people, the verb corresponds to the subject who approaches it, since either you or I are right.
It`s not his fault or you. 10. If two singular nouns refer to the same person or thing and the article is used only once before the first noun, the singular verb is used as: A black and white cow grazes. (A cow, part black and part white) 2. Singular subject + and + singular subject = she – Singular subject plural + and + subject plural = she – Plural examples: 3. With or: if two nouns or pronouns are joined by or even, the verb corresponds to the first of them.. . .