This sentence contains an error in the subject verb agreement. The theme of the sentence is "reports," so the verb "a" must be changed to "have" in the plural to approve the plural theme "reports." Scroll down to the page for a detailed solution 💯click here for the study notes on verb (it contains the compilation of important rules with the VERBe with examples) 1) None, but they (1)/ are responsible (2)/ for this act (3)/ no error The verb "were Overload" used with plural names corresponds to "multiple" which is a singular substantarian. Therefore, the verb "was" should be to match the singular noun, instead of "were". gk questions in the rail review rrb 30 March 2016 Post 1 15) omit `to` 🔹Note - "Would have better" is used to give advice or tell people what to do. Meaning is not the present or the future of the past. Always use `had` before you don`t. With better, we use the nude infinitive. 16) No error 17) The sentence is quite correct. 🔹Seign - help, command, let, make are cause verbs because they cause something else. If used in the active voice, they follow (except let) infinitive naked (v1).
But if they are used in a passive voice, they are followed by an infinitive (up to `v1`). Example - I had my friend`s riddle solved. ✔️ My friend was brought to solve the riddle. ✔️ 18) No error🔹Insinvraisson - Here, the word is better matched with conditions on the word "better," which means getting better or better than someone else. 19) If negative ideas are included in a noun clause with verbs (Imagine, think, believe, suppose) in the main clause, it is advisable to make the main clause negative. 10) `was` instead of `were` 11) no error 12) `write` instead of writing 13) `assisted` instead of help 🔹note - dignity/would rather have followed by a clause in conjunctivit. This is how v2 is used. For a better understanding of the subjunctive mind of some verbs, go through ⬇️ 💯Ct give the subjunctive mind of a verb 14) The sentence is quite correct. See the explanation of question 13. Rebecca`s taste for caviar and expensive chocolates does not reflect what she really likes, but simply shows her propensity to spend money recklessly. No mistake 9. A large number of students (a) /have shown interest (b) / in state exams.
(c)/ No errorSolution: the error is part (b) of the sentence. With "many, many, many," the plural form of the verb is used. The verb should therefore be "have" instead of "having." The underlined part of the sentence contains a verb error with "runs." "John and Susan," while the two singular nouns are together a plural and require a plural form instead of singular "races." "Run to the finish line" is the right answer choice. Select the underlined word or phrase that needs to be changed to make the sentence correct. Some sentences do not contain any errors. The underlined expression has a misuse of the verb "is" because the theme "player" is a plural form. The verb must also be plural. "There are no players" is the correct answer