With words that indicate portions—percent, fraction, part, majority, some, all, none, remainder, and so forth —look at the noun in your of phrase (object of the preposition) to determine whether to use a singular or plural verb. If the object of the preposition is singular, use a singular verb. If the object of the preposition is plural, use a plural verb.
Examples: Fifty percent of the pie has disappeared.
Pie is the object of the preposition of.
Fifty percent of the pies have disappeared.
Pies is the object of the preposition.
One-third of the city is unemployed.
One-third of the people are unemployed.
NOTE: Hyphenate all spelled-out fractions.
All of the pie is gone.
All of the pies are gone.
Some of the pie is missing.
Some of the pies are missing.
None of the garbage was picked up.
None of the sentences were punctuated correctly.
Of all her books, none have sold as well as the first one. If he says oblique type oblique. You don't Subject: If he says oblique type oblique. You don't
What does RAO stand for? Definition of Right Anterior Oblique (Radiologic Term) in the list of acronyms and abbreviations provided by the Free Online ... acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/Right+Anterior+Oblique+(Radiologic+Term) - 28k - Cached - Similar pages -
No, he's not saying electrocoagulation, though it does sound like something similar to that because he sounds like it's a device for cutting or method of cutting. He says it twice in the report, and both times, it sounds like ahkupuration. I tried various spellings including beginning with ac, acq, oq, ok, and anything else I could think of, but I'm still stumped. It has my proofer stumped too.
oblique can also be called "Judet" view...? nm Subject: oblique can also be called "Judet" view...? nm
Thank you for all that wonderful info!!! I don't have to check with my friend now when she returns!!! I copied what you posted and sent it to myself in an email. Thanks again, a real sweetheart!!!
you are quite the b*itch, aren't you? Subject: you are quite the b*itch, aren't you?
Please tell me where this word is published? It's not in any of my dictionaries or word books. Just because you have may have heard it before doesn't make it gospel.
We aren't taking the test; you are. Subject: We aren't taking the test; you are.
From what I understand anyone can ask a question, including doctors, nurses, techs, etc. I don't understand why you are telling the OP she cannot ask a question here?
aren't leads in Roman numerals? Subject: aren't leads in Roman numerals?
If I get a job and QA says we have to, I will make the change of course, but it might take some practice before I can be consistent with that illogical change. I would hope QA would be more interested in content than meaningless, illogical BOS changes.
Good info, but your docs aren't going to give a flying fig whether there's an 'a' or an Subject: Good info, but your docs aren't going to give a flying fig whether there's an 'a' or an 'o'