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    • AGREEMENT
    • Complete each of the following sentences by choosing the correct answer.
      • Both James and her sister (enjoy, enjoying, enjoys) eating spicy food.
      • Both James and her sister enjoy eating spicy food.
      • Our school (are, is, has) one of the oldest schools in the country.
      • Our school is one of the oldest schools in the country.
      • They (were, was, will) presented with a bouquet of flowers each.
      • They were presented with a bouquet of flowers each.
      • Five kilometers (was, were, are) the distance we had to run.
      • Five kilometers was the distance we had to run.
      • Mrs. Richards, as well as a few of the other teachers, (have, has, is) spoken to the headmaster.
      • Mrs. Richards, as well as a few of the other teachers, has spoken to the headmaster.
      • No one (is, will, are) allowed to see the patient.
      • No one is allowed to see the patient.
      • Either George or I (am, are, is) to be promoted.
      • Either George or I am to be promoted.
      • The spectators (was, were, have) cheering and shouting at the top of their voices.
      • The spectators were cheering and shouting at the top of their voices.
      • Neither John nor his sisters (are, were, was) at the wedding reception last night.
      • Neither John nor his sisters was at the wedding reception last night.
      • That boy, together with two of his friends, (was, were, has) caught copying during the Science test.
      • That boy, together with two of his friends, was caught copying during the Science test.
      • That man in the blue shirt (live, lives, living) near my house.
      • That man in the blue shirt lives near my house.
      • The Geographical Society (have, has, is) postponed its meeting to next Thursday afternoon.
      • The Geographical Society has postponed its meeting to next Thursday afternoon.
      • Which of the twins (has, having, have) a mole on her nose?
      • Which of the twins has a mole on her nose?
      • Thirty dollars (has, is, are) too much for the pen.
      • Thirty dollars is too much for the pen.
      • Not one of the boys (ride, riding, rides) a bicycle to school.
      • Not one of the boys rides a bicycle to school.
      • The public (is, were, are) not allowed on this land as it is private property.
      • The public is not allowed on this land as it is private property.
      • The quality of these goods (is, are, has) not satisfactory.
      • The quality of these goods is not satisfactory.
      • The sacks of flour (was, were, have) unloaded from the lorry.
      • The sacks of flour were unloaded from the lorry.
      • Personal cleanliness (has, is, are) very important.
      • Personal cleanliness is very important.
      • Do you know anyone who (want, wanted, wants) one of these puppies for a pet?
      • Do you know anyone who wants one of these puppies for a pet?
      • Prevention (is, are, has, were) better than cure.
      • Prevention is better than cure.
      • “ (Have, Was, Is, Has) anyone seen my ballpoint pen?” Peter asked.
      • “ Has anyone seen my ballpoint pen?” Peter asked.
      • That popular group of singers (has performed, was performing, is performing, were performing) in Switzerland now.
      • That popular group of singers is performing in Switzerland now.
      • That bicycle with the flat tyre (belong, to belong, belonging, belongs) to my brother.
      • Light travels at the speed of 297,600 kilometres per second.
      • That bicycle with the flat tyre (belong, to belong, belonging, belongs) to my brother.
      • That bicycle with the flat tyre belongs to my brother.