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|1.||The noun ” wages, tidings, innings news, sports, measles, AIDS, statistics, mathematics, politics, civics, ethics, ” are followed by singular verbs (v-i+s/es) and helping verbs.|
|Example||Wages of sin are hell. (Incorrect)
Wages of sin is hell. (correct)
|2.||we use some qualifying words to make the plural of certain noun such as advice, work rice etc. head of cattle, grains of salt, a piece of advice.|
|Example||I have many works to do. (Incorrect)
I have many pieces of work to do. (correct)
|3.||As a general rule, we do not make the plural of certain noun such as scenery, poor, cattle, furniture, fish, hair, sheep, etc.|
|Example||The sceneries of Kashmir are very beautiful. (Incorrect)
The scenery of Kashmir is beautiful. (correct)
|4.||The nouns, “trousers, gallows, brows, tongs, spectacles, breasts, chest,” are always plural and must be followed by plural verbs and plural helping verbs.|
|Example||Ali was wearing a very costly spectacle. (Incorrect)
Ali was wearing very costly spectacles. (Correct)
|5.||After certain words ” be, is, am, are, was, were, than ” we use subjective case of pronoun. Subjective case:(I, we, you, they, he, she, it)|
|Example||Ail is taller than me. (Incorrect)
Ail is taller than I. (Correct)
|6.||After all kinds of prepositions and forms of the verb, we use the objective case of pronoun. objective cases: (me, us, them, him, her etc.)|
|Example||If anyone has any doubt, refer he to I . (Incorrect)
If anyone has doubt, refer him to me. (correct)
|7.||we never use apostrophes “ ‘ “with the following possessive pronoun. possessive pronoun (ours, yours, hers, theirs, its)|
|Example|| I am obediently your’s (incorrect)
I am obediently yours. (correct)
|8.||Before “-ing form of the verb as a noun(Gerund)”, we always use possessive objectives. possessive objectives ( my, our, your, their, her, his, its)|
|Example||The girl objected him coming to the party. (Incorrect)
The girl objected his coming to the party. (Correct)
|9.||Certain words “avail, absent, avenge, enjoy” are followed by self-form of pronoun if there is no object afterword.|
|Example||I shall avail of this opportunity. (Incorrect)
I shall avail myself of this opportunity. (Correct)
|10.||“Every, each and singular noun” are to be replaced by third-person singular pronoun “He”.|
|Example|| Every one of the boys thought that they were not guilty. (Incorrect)
Every one of the boys thought that he was not guilty. (Correct)
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