Now that we have learned the important rules of the verb in our previous intervention, we are ready to answer some questions on this topic. Let`s start by ⏩compilation of important questions about error detection/detection based on Verb for SSC (CGL, CPO, CHSL), BANK (IBPS SBI RBI) and other tests. 18) If you have reached the 99.99 percentile (1)/, you should be better (2)/the current record (3)/set in 2009. (4) / no errors In this sentence, the verb does not correspond to the subject. The theme “professor” is singular (“as well as some of the administrative staff” is a modifying expression and does not count), so the correct verb should be “was” and not “were”. 16. His parents were angry with him (a) / because two thousand rupees (b) / were spent by him on useless items. (c)/ No error Solution: the error is in part (c) of the sentence. If the combination of a “numerical adjective + plural noun” gives an idea of the value, distance, height or weight, etc., the verb must be in singular form. In part (c) the verb should therefore be “was” instead of “were”. They typically refer to a previous substantive sentence (the precursor) and are followed by a verb: the subject of the sentence is the singular, “the boy”, and not the plural “many friends”, which means that the verb must be also singular.
In addition, the sentence must keep the same meaning as the boy is partying. “Celebrate” is the right choice of answer. The best way to run with the cops is the expressions on other people`s faces when they try to get a head start on the beasts behind them. No error 10. The boss says that (a) / there are a lot of difficulties that must be faced (b) / before the project is successfully launched. (c)/ No error Solution: the error is in part (b) of the sentence. If “there” and “he” are used as introductory subjects, then in the case of “there”, the verb corresponds to the noun or pronoun used after “there”. However, in the case of “he”, the verb is always maintained as singular. See example: Explanation: Replace `are` with `is`.
The names of the countries, the titles of the books, subjects that resemble the plural, but are in fact singular numbers, are always followed by Singularverb. The right sentence should be: the United States of America is the richest country in the world. Math is a difficult subject. The Malgudi Days are an interesting book. 15) “to” omit 🔹 indication – “Better” is used to give advice or tell people what to do. Meaning is the present or the future, not the past. Always use “had” before you don`t have. With better, we use the naked infinitiv. 16) No error 17) The sentence is absolutely correct….