Explanation: Replace `is` with `are`. When the subject of the sentence – « a lot » is, the verb is always plural. The right sentence must be: the manager says that there are a lot of important details to consider before this starts. When the following words are used as the subject in a sentence, the verb is always plural. The verb « were » used with plural nouns corresponds to « overload », a singular noun. Therefore, the verb had to be « was » to correspond to the singular noun rather than « were ». The Prime Minister (1) / as well as his ministers (2) / are engaged in the electoral campaign (3) / for the next elections (4). No error (5) 11. The number of accidents is increasing (a) / day by day (b) / on the delhi metro line. (c)/ No error solution: the error is in part (a) of the sentence. « The number of » is always followed by a plural noun, but a singular verbage.
Therefore, the « are » should be replaced by « is ». 1) The sentence indicated is perfectly correct. 🔹Tipp – If the subject, which is not used after « nothing except », is singularverb, it takes singular, and if the subject is plural, then it becomes a plural 2) « Many a » takes a singular subject and a singular verb. 3) Add « allowed » after « a » 🔹Ser – In a compound sentence, both the signs of help and the main signs should be mentioned separately if they differ in number, shape or voice. In such cases, a verb cannot act for both clauses. 4) « did she work » rather than « she worked » 🔹 Note – If a sentence is triggered by an adverb, in this case the inverse form of the verb is used. 5) « will she » instead of « she will be » 6) was rather. 🔹conseinte – if two subjects are related by and/like/unlike /besides/ and not with etc., the verb corresponds to the first subject. 7) no error 🔹Tip – `more than one` takes a singular noun and verb. 8) no `More. Comme un` takes a plural.
9) instead of having 🔸Handy Tip – one third ✔️ One third ❌ But if there is more than one in the counter like two, three, etc., then two thirds ❌ Two thirds✔️ Three quarters ❌ three quarters✔️ If it is followed by a plural count, then the plural verb is used and if it is followed by an incalculable noun or noun, then the singular is used. . .