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Which of the following statements about subject-verb agreement in English is FALSE? A. The verb must agree with the subject in number, B. A compound subject joined by or, nor, or not only . . . but also takes either a singular or plural verb, depending on the subject closest to the verb. C. A verb must agree with the subject in case, number, gender, and tense. D. A compound subject joined by and will always take a plural verb.

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