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1. Why is the agreement in the following sentence incorrect? Neither of the cakes are very expensive. (1 point) The verb should agree with cakes, which is a plural noun. The verb should agree with cakes, which is a singular noun. The verb should agree with neither, which is a plural indefinite pronoun. The verb should agree with neither, which is a singular indefinite pronoun.

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  1. horsealot203
    • 3 years ago
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    D. neither is a singular indefinite pronoun.

  2. pothead420
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    thankss<3

  3. horsealot203
    • 3 years ago
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    Your welcome :)

  4. pothead420
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    can you help me with another one?

  5. horsealot203
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    Sure, I can do one more.

  6. pothead420
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    Which reference can help you find synonyms and antonyms for words? (1 point) dictionary encyclopedia glossary thesaurus

  7. horsealot203
    • 3 years ago
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    Thesaurus.

  8. pothead420
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    thank you!(:

  9. horsealot203
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    Your welcome :)

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