Subject and Verb Agreement Quiz 1

1. For each of the following, choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.

 A) At the end of the story, they was living happily ever after.
 B) At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after.
 C) At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after.
 D) At the end of the story, they was living happily ever after.

2. 

 A) Al and Eli go to the beach to surf with their friends.
 B) Al and Eli go to the beach to surf with their friends.
 C) Al and Eli goes to the beach to surf with their friends.
 D) Al and Eli goes to the beach to surf with their friends.

3. 

 A) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends has waxed their boards.
 B) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends has waxed their boards.
 C) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends have waxed their boards.
 D) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends have waxed their boards.

4. 

 A) A group of children from that school are not being cooperative.
 B) A group of children from that school is not being cooperative.
 C) A group of children from that school is not being cooperative.
 D) A group of children from that school are not being cooperative.

5. 

 A) Unless our staff members really do cooperate, we will not meet our goals.
 B) Unless our staff members really do cooperate, we will not meet our goals.
 C) Unless our staff members really do cooperate, we will not meet our goals.
 D) Unless our staff members really do cooperate, we will not meet our goals.


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