explanation: because nnu dinn khjfirkkre
pet doggy in a bathtub
idk but funny right no ok
being able to find the right subject and verb will help you correct errors of subject-verb agreement. some rules are that a subject will come before a phrase beginning with of. this is a key rule for understanding subjects. the word of is the culprit in many, perhaps most, subject-verb mistakes. second two singular subjects connected by or, either/or, or neither/nor require a singular verb. thirdly the verb in an or, either/or, or neither/nor sentence agrees with the noun or pronoun closest to it. fourth as a general rule, use a plural verb with two or more subjects when they are connected by and.
rule 1.)incorrect: a bouquet of yellow roses lend color and fragrance to the room.
correct: a bouquet of yellow roses lends . . (bouquet lends, not roses lend)
rule 2.)my aunt or my uncle is arriving by train today.
neither juan nor carmen is available.
rule 3.)neither the plates nor the serving bowl goes on that shelf.
neither the serving bowl nor the plates go on that shelf.
rule 4.)a car and a bike are my means of transportation.
responding to a sales order to determine availability and location in inventor
configuring the order (if there is more than one piece or product).
3.booking the order (placing a request into the inventory system for what is ordered).
4.acknowledging and confirming the order is booked.
invoicing/billing the customer.
5.determining the shipping address where the item will be sent.
6.sourcing the order – determining which facility to ship it from.
7.determining which carrier will be used to ship the item.
8.issuing order changes initiated by the customer after-the-sale, substituting for pieces no longer in inventory, or updating the order with newer pieces in inventory.
processing the order – the physical picking and packing of the order at a warehouse or distribution center.
9.shipping the order, which may go directly to the customer or to one or more distribution points.
10.delivering the order to the customer.
settling, receiving, and processing payment for the received order.
11.handling returns of unacceptable or damaged goods by either refilling the order or refunding the customer.