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The indefinite pronouns ‘many, few, both and several’ always take plural verbs. (Alexander 1988: 99) 15. Both girls are ready. The indefinite pronouns ‘all, any, none, more, most and some’ may be either singular or plural depending upon the words that follow them. For instance, some can mean ‘ more than one’, here the subject should be plural, or it can mean ‘ a part of one’ here the subject should be singular. a- Some of the families commit emotional abuse. b- Some of the problems are still unsolved.

G. foot~feet, man~men, etc. g. calf~calves, etc. g. the rich, the poor, the young, etc. g. ox~oxen, child~children, etc. a- The rich get richer. b- The poor have many troubles. c- The police are questioning a man. d- Several people were waiting for the lift. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. cherub – cherubim)… Rule 2: The number of a subject is not changed by a prepositional phrase and expressions like, ‘as well as’, ‘together with’, ‘ in addition to’. 26. The silence (in the halls) is unusual. 27. The captain as well as the players was tired.

2-Dem. (this/that-these/those) agree with head noun that follows them. (Robins 1971: 232) 22. a-This/That shirt is new. b- These/Those shirts are new. This shows that the Dem. whether it is a pronoun or an adjective should agree with the referent that follows it. Rule 9: Cleft Sentences In relative clause and cleft sentence, a relative pronoun subject is usually followed by a verb in AGR with its antecedents (Greenbaum and Quirk 1990: 220). a- It is I who am to blame. b- It is Peter who is to blame.

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