6.(C) He always takes singular verbs with him so had come instead of the goods. 10. The Chief says that there are many challenges to overcome (b) / before the project is successfully launched. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. If “he” and “he” are used as input subjects, then the verb in the case of “there” is in keeping with the name or pronoun used after “there.” However, in the case of “it,” the verb is still kept as singular. See example: 1) The sentence given is quite correct. 🔹Tip – If the subject that is used after “none goal” is singular, it takes a singular verb, and if the subject is plural, it takes a plural 2) `Many a` takes a singular subject and a singular verb. 3) Add `authorized` to `hat` 🔹Inference – In a compound sentence, subsidiary and main verbs should be mentioned separately when they differ in number, form or voice. In such cases, a verb cannot act for both clauses. 4) “Did she work” instead of “she worked” 🔹Insindication – If a sentence is introduced by an adverb, in this case, the reverse form of the verb is used. 5) “she will be” instead of “she wants” 6) was instead of being.
🔹In other points, if two subjects are connected by and/like/in opposition /next to/not/together, the verb corresponds to the first subject. 7) No error 🔹Tip – `more than one` takes on a single name and a singular verb. 8) No error `More.. It`s like taking a pluralistic verb. 9) instead of 🔸handy – one-third ✔️ one-third ❌ but if there is more than one in the number such as two, three, etc. then two-thirds ❌ two-thirds✔️ three fourth ❌ three-quarters✔️ If it is followed by the plural noun noun, then the plural is used in the plural and then it is used by noun or noun. For example, two-thirds of the book is easy to understand, ✔️ two-thirds of the book was sold. ❌ Two-thirds of the books are sold.
✔️ 8. It`s not Vikash, but his friends (a) / were found involved in the conspiracy. (c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. If two subjects by “not” or “not…. but ” are related, the verb is maintained according to the subject with which “no” is not used. The verb should therefore be in part (b) of the phrase “were” instead of “what.”