This rule says that if two or more subjects are linked in a sentence with words such as “or,” “still,” “either____ neither____ yet” and “not only____, but also,” then the verb is chosen according to the subject closest to the verb. If one of the verbs is plural, then it must be placed near the verb and the verb must match. The second rule for La Concorde is that the subject `one of plural Nobiss` is singular and the verb with it is also singular. This rule says that the word “none” will take a verb according to the meaning of the sentence. Depending on the sentence, it can be singular or pluralistic. The third rule is that if the subject and the verb are separated by a long clause or sentence, the verb must correspond to the subject itself. In subjects, some modal assistants take different markers for their subjects, in addition to the split ergativity discussed previously (in which perfect cases take no on this subject, while other conjugations have an unidentified theme). In the case of English, the stems are themselves used. All English words are used by forming composite verbs in Hindi, either with Hona (intransexitive) or karn (transitive). The fifth rule states that if two subjects are bound by “as well as” “with,” “in addition,” “and not,” the attached verb is chosen according to the first theme.
The singular form of the third person of the verbs in the simple form of the present is formed by the addition of `s/es` to the root form of the plural of the third person. We can use this rule in the format below. The fourth rule states that if a subject is composed of two or more subtantifs, which are bound by “and,” the verb to be added should be plural. But if two of them connect to a name composed of one thing, the given verb remains singular. The ninth rule of the relationship agreement with the subject states that if distances, weights or amounts represent a single unit or a fixed quantity, they are treated as singular and the attached verb is also singular. The twelfth rule is that nouns such as samples, archives, compasses, glasses, trousers are always considered plural and that the verb affixed is also plural. But if they are used with “a pair,” they are considered unique. Then the verb joined along also becomes singular.