In the seven sentences above, the respective verbs must “write”, “cross”, “read”, “kill”, “create”, “give” and “sell” their respective objects to make the sentences meaningful. All these verbs are therefore transitive verbs. Few other transitive verbs are: build, carry, start, carry, eat, choose, eat, find, forget, feed, drink, act, hang on, give, grind, have, hold, make, climb, borrow, know, learn, win, steal, weave, close, distribute, etc. Select the answers in the options in parentheses. (i) A friend of mine ___________ went to France. (a/ont) (ii) Each of the boys ___________ received a gift. (was/were) (iii) None of the participants __________ Iv) Do not mix oil and water ___ (tut/tut) (v) Me and __ (profit / gain) (vii) Neither Peter nor James _________ any right to ownership. (a/ont) (viii) The boy does not have the prize or medal _______ although he was the first to take the exam. (was/were) (ix) Wither Mary or Alice ________ (is/are) x) Neither the Minister nor his colleagues _________ (hat/ont) Answer: (i) hat (ii) war (iii) war (iv) do (v) waren (vi) hat (vii) hat (vii) war (ix) is (x) to the first question. Choose the correct form of the verb, which corresponds to the subject. (i) Both responses are acceptable. (ii) Each of these books is fiction. (iii) No one (knows, knows) the problems I have seen.
(iv) (Are the messages five or six? (v) Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while civics (is, are) Andreas` favorite subject. (vi) Eight dollars (is, that`s) the price of a movie these days. (vii) Are the clamps in this drawer? (viii) Your pants (is, are) at the cleaner. (ix) There were fifteen candies in that bag. Now there is only one left. (x) The committee (debates, debates) is considering these issues carefully. Answer: (i) is (ii) is (iii) white (iv) East (v) is, (vi) ist (vii) If (viii) are (ix) were, (x) debates Few verbs go, fall, die, sleep, etc. are exclusively opaque. Some other “opaque verbs” are: swimming, standing, sitting, sinking, hitting, shining, running, standing, lying down, walking, kneeling, growing, etc. Select the correct form of the verb that corresponds to the subject. 6. Some boys______________ (disturb/disturb) the whole class.
2. Opaque verbs: As mentioned above, an opaque verb is the verb that no object takes. Examples: 4. Modal verb: The following verbs are called modal verbs. The following verbs are called modal verbs. Must, must, wants, would be, may, can, can, can, must, must, should and dare modal verbs. 1. In sentences that begin there with an introduction, the verb comes before the subject. Examples: I. Choose the correct form of the verb in the following sentences: However, if: Singular subject + and + singular subject = es/she/him Singular Question 1: Choose from the predefined sentences which are correct and which sentences are incorrect, based on the rules of the subject agreement. Instead of being right or wrong, it would have been more helpful to fill the empty exercise with several options.
An English verb can be regular or irregular. Regular verbs form their post-forms and past scores by adding. In each sentence, the subject and verb must correspond in person (first, second or third) and number (singular or plural). Examples: question 8. Neither the boy nor the girl…….. Answer: Neither the boy nor the girl were in class. Let us remember what we learned about the subject-verb agreement. The verb can be classified into different methods. There are four types of verbs. 1.
Transitive verbs: Examples: Mr. Hales is attending classes this morning. With these sentences, Mr. Hales takes the class. Here you are. The word “Mr. Hales” is the name. The word “the class” is the object. . . .