Rule-3 Barracks, headquarters, place of residence, alms, species, sheep, news, deer, premises, debris, etc. remain the same in the singular as in the plural. Examples: Rule-9 If gerunds are used as the subject of a sentence, they take the singular form, but when connected by “and”, they take the plural form. Example: Z.B.-None of the students have already completed the exam. Rule-7 When sentences begin with “there” or “here”, the subject is always placed according to the verb, so care must be taken to identify it correctly. Examples: Rule-22 None can accept either a singular verb or a plural verblage, depending on the noun that follows. Rule-5 If the word FEIND is used in the sense of “armed forces” of a nation with which the country is at war, we must use the plural verb . . .