Uncountable Nouns Verb Agreement
Problems often arise when there is a plural between a singulated subject and its verb (or vice versa). This can happen in a number of different situations, for example in sentences with subjects containing prepositional sentences, subjects containing relative sentences, and subjects with appositives. For example, sugar is second to none; Therefore, the sentence has a singular verb. Countless names are different from collective names. Collective nouns are words that are singular, but are composed of a group, for example. B board of directors, committee, companies, employees and department. In the example above, the plural corresponds to the actors of the subject. In this second quiz on subject-verb matching with countable and countless nouns, we learn to use some of the nouns that don`t follow conventions. .