1 Name Date Subject-Verb Agreement Exercise 4 Directions: Choose the correct form of the form for the following sentences. Check your answers with the interactive version of the exercise. 1. Each slice of pale tomato, wilted cucumber and brown salad leaf – an additional 25 cents at Bernie s Burger Emporium. A. Cost B. Cost C. cost D. 2.
Not only the Smiths, but also Tonya – agreed to try one of the famous chocolate broccoli muffins. A. had B.C, i.e. D. was 3. The Smiths, with Tonya, to avoid indigestion after eating these funny muffins. A. hoped that B. hoped that D. 2 4 hoped. On the sidewalk, many small lizards sunbathe on the warm concrete. A.
is B. are C. was D. were 5. Although Antonio has many friends who love their Chevrolets and Buicks, he has always believed that General Motors `lemons`. 15. Mathematics (is, are) John`s favorite subject, while Civics (is) Andreas the preferred subject. Choose the correct form of the verb that matches the theme. 4 A. a B.C. show D.
had 15. Each of these women – she had read the care instructions before washing her delicate and expensive clothes. A. would like D. 5 16. Here – the mail and newspapers I picked up for you while you were on vacation. A. is B. are C. was D. be 17.
Mr. Lowry, our English teacher, believes that students who study economics or physics – their imagination. A. Ruins B. Ruin C. D. ruined D. 18. -no one except Marge and Beatrice did the subject-verb arrangement exercises that Mrs. Koopman assigned for today? A. tut B. do C.
a D. 19. Here – Tonya and Robert, the two students who scored 100% of the quiz agree on the verb. A. is B. Stand C. is D. . .
22. The Prime Minister, together with his wife, cordially greets the press. . 10. Players, as well as the captain, (wants, wants) to win. 3 Are C. was D. were 10. Grandpa claims that the measles of Mars – green and purple spots to clear a person`s body. A.
Cause B. Cause C. cause that D. 11 had caused. Digging holes in sofa cushions – Peanuts, Elizabeth`s new puppy. A. is B. are C. was D. were 4 12.
Although jurors believe that the accused did not feed Elvis to the Loch Ness monster, much of the evidence indicates her guilt. A. wants B. wants C. want D. want 13. Neither the students nor their teacher were happy with the long cafeteria line for the ball squid stew. A. is B. are C. was D. were 14.