Verbs Exercises

Countable & Uncountable Nouns Subject Verb Agreement Exercises

Fill in the blanks with the correct verb agreement by differentiating between countable and uncountable nouns.

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#1. The news ……… true

It is a singular uncountable noun that you can’t count. For which we use singular countable noun.

#2. The information ………. not true.

#3. Glasses ……. For people with poor eyesight.

Glasses have two parts. Therefore, it is always plural

#4. My mathematics ………… poor.

When we add possessive adjective (my, our, yours) or the with a subject (mathematics), we use plural verb (are/have) with them.

#5. Physics ………… not an easy subject.

Subjects like physics, maths, chemistry, etc, are singular uncountable noun, we use singular verb with them.

#6. Ethics ……… from giving respect to others.

A singular uncountable noun with which we use singular verbs (is/has), always remember it.

#7. On Monday, all bakery of the city …….. closed.

The word “Bakery” is singular uncountable noun with which we use singular verbs (is/has), remember this.

#8. The wages of his sin ………… death.

In the Bible, wages means “punishment”, that is singular and we use singular verb (is/has) with it.

#9. His wages ………… very low.

When “wages” is considered as “charges for the labour”, we consider it plural and use plural verb (are/have) with it.

#10. His luggage ……… heavy to lift.

Remember it is always “luggage”, not “luggages”, and we use is/has with it.

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