The final rule for the subject-verb agreement is that nouns such as new, physical, measles, ethical, although plural, are considered singular when used in a sentence. The ninth rule of subject agreement states that when distances, weights, or sets represent a single unit or fixed quantity, they are treated as a singular and the joined verb is also singular. The third rule is that if the subject and verb are separated by a clause or a long sentence, the verb must correspond to the actual subject. The second rule for DieKord is that the subject is “one of + plural noun” singular and the verb with it is also singular. The fourth rule states that if a subject consists of two or more nouns connected by “and, the verb to be added must be in the plural. But if two of them combine to form a noun composed of a thing, then the verb given with it remains singular. The fifth rule states that when two topics are connected by “as well”, “with”, “in addition to”, “and not”, the verb associated with the first subject is selected according to the first subject. The tenth rule is that collective nouns such as “group”, “herd”, “team”, etc. are considered a singular if they are taken as a body, and the verb attached to them is also singular, but if the members of the group are considered individually, then they are considered a plural and the attached verb is also plural. यदि दो Subject को and, with, with and not, In addition to, but, next to, except, rather than, accompanied by, how, different, no less than, nothing but से जोड़ा जाए, तो verb पहले sub के अनुसार प्रयोग होना चाह |ह This rule states that the word “none” takes a verb according to the meaning of the sentence. It can be singular or plural, depending on the sentence.