Both few severalRule 5. Undetermined pronouns in the field below can be singular or plural. Use a singular verb form if the indefinite pronoun refers to a singular noun. Use a plural form if the indefinite pronoun refers to a singular noun. Use a plural form if the indeterminate pronoun refers to a plural noun. Example: 1. This whole book was fascinating. 2. The whole book was fascinating.
all any most none some such Collective noun 6.Normally, a collective subnun is used as a singular noun. It refers to a group as a singular verb form. Example:1. The family upstairs is never whole. 2. The public is at stake. Rule 1. A present of the verb form corresponds to the pronoun of the subject of the sentence. Use a singular verb form with subjects of singular nouns and with the subject pronouns him, them and him. Rule 2. Use a plural form with plural subjects and with the pronouns subjects I, you, we and they Example: They went to the market yesterday. Words and phrases intervening Rule 8.
A verb form corresponds to the subject if the verb is next to the subject or if it is separated from it by other words. Such words in sentences do not change the number of the subject, not with a word in the sentence in between. For example, the radio, not the newspaper, is my source of information. Rule 9. Use a plural veneer with most compound subjects that are connected by and by and connected. Example: 1. A good society and a good speech are the forces of virtue all and I could with the mud. Article 7. Sometimes a collective noun is used as a plural noun. It concerns the individual members of a group. If a collective noun and its meaning are the subject of a sentence, use a plural form.
Example: 1. The family argued as usual. 2.