Determiners That Require A Plural Verb

Some determiners are used with plural nouns and require a plural verb. Examples are: some, all, many, both, few, several, most

  • Some people are born great.
  • All children need love.
  • Many people want to buy cars.
  • Both sisters are beautiful.
  • Few politicians are honest.
  • Several people were injured in the accident.
  • Most children like chocolates.

The determiners some and any can also be used with uncountable nouns. In this case, they take singular verb.

  • Any help will be appreciated.
  • There is some milk in the fridge.

Any can be used with both plural and singular nouns.

  • Any child can learn a foreign language.
  • She doesn’t have any children.

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