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What is the form a word takes to indicate whether the word is singular or plural?
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What is the form a word takes to indicate whether the word is singular or plural?
NUMBER
What is a word that refers to more than one in number called?
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What is a word that refers to more than one in number called?
PLURAL
What begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun?
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What begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun?
PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
What is a word that takes the place of a noun called?
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What is a word that takes the place of a noun called?
PRONOUN
What is the word called to which the pronoun refers?
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What is the word called to which the pronoun refers?
ANTECEDENT
The number of the subject usually is not determined by what?
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The number of the subject usually is not determined by what?
A PHRASE OR CLAUSE
What are 'as well as, along with, together with' called?
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What are 'as well as, along with, together with' called?
COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS
When a singular subject and a plural subject are joined by or or nor, the verb agrees with what?
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When a singular subject and a plural subject are joined by or or nor, the verb agrees with what?
THE SUBJECT NEARER THE VERB
What should the contractions don't and doesn't agree with in a sentence?
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What should the contractions don't and doesn't agree with in a sentence?
THEIR SUBJECTS
What kind of verb does singular subjects joined by or or nor take?
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What kind of verb does singular subjects joined by or or nor take?
SINGULAR
None of the ice cream (was, were) left for me.
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None of the ice cream (was, were) left for me.
WAS
Some of the test (is, are) hard.
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Some of the test (is, are) hard.
IS
All of the exhibit (is, are) open to the public.
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All of the exhibit (is, are) open to the public.
IS
Most of his routines (sound, sounds) familiar.
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Most of his routines (sound, sounds) familiar.
SOUND
More of the class (is, are) going to the archaeological dig.
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More of the class (is, are) going to the archaeological dig.
IS
No one has offered to let us use (her, their, his or her) home for the department meeting.
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No one has offered to let us use (her, their, his or her) home for the department meeting.
HIS OR HER
Neither of us (was, were) able to predict the outcome of today's game.
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Neither of us (was, were) able to predict the outcome of today's game.
WAS
Macroni and cheese (is, are) my favorite dish.
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Macroni and cheese (is, are) my favorite dish.
IS
Everyone (contribute, contributes) to the alumni association.
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Everyone (contribute, contributes) to the alumni association.
CONTRIBUTES
Is one of the professors ready to present (their, her) paper?
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Is one of the professors ready to present (their, her) paper?
HER
Most parents mistakenly think that mumps (has, have) been eliminated as a childhood disease.
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Most parents mistakenly think that mumps (has, have) been eliminated as a childhood disease.
HAVE
Both my dog and my cat (has, have) allergies.
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Both my dog and my cat (has, have) allergies.
HAVE
Few of the students (is, are) going to the game right after school.
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Few of the students (is, are) going to the game right after school.
ARE
Several of my students (is, are) going to make an A on their test.
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Several of my students (is, are) going to make an A on their test.
ARE
(Was, were) both of the games postponed?
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(Was, were) both of the games postponed?
WERE
What follows a linking verb and renames the subject but does not necessarily with the verb in a sentence?
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What follows a linking verb and renames the subject but does not necessarily with the verb in a sentence?
PREDICATE NOMINATIVE




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