Subject – Verb Agreement | Class 6 Grammar Worksheet

Fill in the blanks with a verb form that agrees with the subject. This grammar worksheet is designed for students of classes 5 and 6.

Notes

When you connect two nouns with as well as, with or along with, the verb should agree with the noun that goes before these words. That means if the noun that goes before as well as, with or along with is singular, the verb should be singular. Likewise, if the noun that goes before these expressions is plural, the verb should be plural.

When you connect two nouns with or, either/or or neither/nor, the verb should agree with the noun that goes after or or nor.

Subject-verb agreement worksheet for class 6 CBSE

1. Sita as well as her sister ……………………….. there. (was / were)

2. The bunch of roses …………………………… beautiful. (look / looks)

3. The poet and singer ………………………….. always very punctual. (is / are)

4. The poet and the singer ……………………………. agreed to come. (has / have)

5. The boy along with his sister …………………………….. (was / were) going to school.

6. Neither Vikram nor his friends ………………………………. Interested in the programme. (seem / seems)

7. Mohit as well as his family …………………………… always ready to help. (is / are)

8. Either Jani or Sita …………………………………. (has / have) to go.

9. Both Seema and Nita …………………………….. gone to school. (has / have)

10. There ………………………… five pens in this box. (are / is)

11. There …………………………. No water in the bottle. (is / are)

12. Nobody …………………………….. how hard it is to get the first rank. (know / knows)

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13. The lady with six cats ……………………………. In the next house. (live / lives)

14. Either my father or my mother …………………………….. me to school every day. (take / takes)

15. Anita as well as her brother ………………………… the piano very well. (play / plays)

Answers

1. Sita as well as her sister was there.

2. The bunch of roses looks beautiful. (Collective nouns are usually followed by a singular verb)

3. The poet and singer is always very punctual. (Here we use a singular verb because both nouns refer to the same person. Note that the article is used only once.)

4. The poet and the singer have agreed to come. (Here we use a plural verb because the two nouns refer to two different people.)

5. The boy along with his sister was going to school.

6. Neither Vikram nor his friends seem interested in the programme.

7. Mohit as well as his family is always ready to help.

8. Either Jani or Sita has to go.

9. Both Seema and Nita have gone to school. (Use a plural verb after both…and..)

10. There are five pens in this box. (Use a plural verb after there if the following noun is plural.)

11. There is no water in the bottle.

12. Nobody knows how hard it is to get the first rank. (Use a singular verb after nobody)

13. The lady with six cats lives in the next house.

14. Either my father or my mother takes me to school every day.

15. Anita as well as her brother plays the piano very well.

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