Bernard C.Lamb

Bernard C Lamb is Emeritus Reader in Genetics at Imperial College London, and President of the Queen's English Society, a registered charity which, since it was founded in 1972, has become a recognized authority on 'proper' English. He is the author of many books, including How to Write about Biology and English for Technology, and has featured regularly on television and radio shows such as the Today programme.



paderinasonyahas quoted10 months ago
Compound subjects grouped together by each or every are considered singular
paderinasonyahas quoted10 months ago
With constructions involving either … or, or neither … nor, use a singular verb if both nouns are singular and a plural verb if both are plural
paderinasonyahas quoted10 months ago
If one noun is singular and the other is plural, make the verb agree with whichever noun it immediately follows


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