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Startling adjective : very surprising, astonishing or remarkable Synonym: Alarming, astonishing, shocking Antonym: Expected, certain, confirmed Sentence: The startling discovery of new evidence in the murder case investigation has thrown new surprises to the police.
Embody verb : Be an expression of or give a visible or tangible form to an idea, quality or feeling Synonyms: Represent, Epitomize Antonyms: Conceal, Exclude Example: A national team that embodies patriotic zeal and skill can win laurels both on and off the field in any sports.
Synonym: Awkward, clumsy, inconvenient Sentence: His prose can be cumbersome, to say the least Foster verb : Encourage the development of something especially something desirable. Synonym: Encourage, promote, further, stimulate. Antonym: Block, cease, discourage.
Sentence: Maritza Morales has been a foster parent for over 10 years, typically to one girl at a time.
Fraught Adjective : causing or affected by anxiety or stress, filled with something undesirable Synonym: charge, filled, replete Antonym: calm Sentence: For a company running into huge losses, it is fraught with danger to introduce new products in the market.
Dormant adjective : Having normal physical functions suspended or slowed down for a period of time; in or as if in a deep sleep.
Synonym: Sleeping, slumbering, resting, Antonym: Active, alert, awake Sentence: Grass turning brown is actually a defence mechanism, which allows them to lie dormant until rains revive them. Dismantle verb : Take a machine or structure to pieces. Adept adjective : Very skilled or proficient at something Synonym: Capable, deft, proficient, skilled Antonym: Incapable, incompetent, ignorant Sentence: Cassel adept at learning on the fly.
Impute verb : Represent something, especially something undesirable as being done or possessed by someone. Synonym: Assign, blame, lay Antonym: Defend, guard, help, protect Sentence: India is committed to respect the religious and cultural beliefs of its people and it will be inappropriate to impute any other considerations to this decision. For example, if I is one of two or more subjects, it could lead to this odd sentence: Awkward: Neither she, my friends, nor I am going to the festival.
If possible, it's best to reword such grammatically correct but awkward sentences. Better: Neither she, I, nor my friends are going to the festival.
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OR She, my friends, and I are not going to the festival. Rule 4. As a general rule, use a plural verb with two or more subjects when they are connected by and. Example: A car and a bike are my means of transportation. But note these exceptions: Breaking and entering is against the law.
The bed and breakfast was charming. In those sentences, breaking and entering and bed and breakfast are compound nouns.
Rule 5. Use a singular verb with distances, periods of time, sums of money, etc. Examples: Three miles is too far to walk.
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Five years is the maximum sentence for that offense. Ten dollars is a high price to pay. BUT Ten dollars i. Rule 6.
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With words that indicate portions—e. If the noun after of is singular, use a singular verb. If it is plural, use a plural verb. Examples: A lot of the pie has disappeared. A lot of the pies have disappeared. A third of the city is unemployed.
A third of the people are unemployed. All of the pie is gone.
All of the pies are gone. Some of the pie is missing. Some of the pies are missing. Rule 7.
With collective nouns such as group, jury, family, audience, population, the verb might be singular or plural, depending on the writer's intent. Examples: All of my family has arrived OR have arrived.
Most of the jury is here OR are here.Foster verb : Encourage the development of something especially something desirable. A third of the population was not in favor OR were not in favor of the bill. Use a singular verb with distances, periods of time, sums of money, etc.
BUT Ten dollars i. All of the pie is gone. In the first example, a wishful statement, not a fact, is being expressed; therefore, were, which we usually think of as a plural verb, is used with the singular it. Rule 3.