anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses a verb that agrees with its compound subject? A. His uncles and my brother was going on a camping trip. B. Both Natalia and Mike has invited us over. C. Mom and her sisters have decided to go on a trip together. D. A canvas and paints allows artists to create art. I think D
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Rippeh
  • Rippeh
Correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence uses a verb that agrees with its compound subject? A. Neither the train nor the bus runs that late. B. Either Dennis or Shelly are bringing the appetizers. C. A taxi or the subway seem like good options. D. At least two or three of the guests may agrees to play charades. I'm not sure about this one^

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Rippeh
  • Rippeh
wait It might be B
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay the only reson I did two in one because there are 50 questions and I was not sure
Rippeh
  • Rippeh
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay so it's A
Rippeh
  • Rippeh
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay

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