The problem with grammar rules, from the point of view of modern linguistics, is that many rules are not absolute. There are many exceptions to the rules, as we can see here. It may be useful to mark compressed lists of rules like these as bookmarks. 17. When geriatrics are used as the object of a sentence, they adopt the singular form of the verb. However, if they are bound by “and,” they adopt the plural form. You can`t wait to do it. But I believe that 16 is wrong today: I am one of those eccentricities that are not twee. The subject is not an eccentricity and one of them and I are unique.
Those who don`t tweet, yes, but I`m someone who doesn`t tweet. I don`t see how good it is. @Janey: I think it`s related to infasis or maybe taking that sentence out of context. When you do the singular verb, you say you`re an eccentric who doesn`t tweet. But you`ve dissociated themselves from the “body” of those eccentrics who don`t tweet. You could be any kind of eccentric. Does that help? 6. If two subjects are bound by “and,” they generally need a plural form. 1. Use verbs that correspond to a subject, not with a name that is part of a sentence or a change clause between the verb and the subject: 8.
Use plural verbs or singular verbs in the form of the noun closest to the verb, with compound subjects that contain or: 14. Indeterminate pronouns usually take individual verbs (with a few exceptions). 3. As a pronoun of the subject, “who” needs a verb. Here is the verb “do” or “does.” I think the example is actually right. The verb is in keeping with the theme “eccentric” and not “me,” so it`s in the plural form. 2. Don`t you use singulars or pluralistic verbs that match the subject with the addition of the theme: for example, you would say ” You are fun” or “you are having fun”? As “she” is plural, you would opt for the plural form of the verb “are.” Ready to dive into a world where subjects and verbs live in harmony? I agree with Susan. Example 16 should call rules 1 and 3.
The subject is singular (with a plural in the amending prepositionalphrase) and requires a singular verb.