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Grammatically, “agreement” can mean:
A) subject/verb agreement
B) pronoun agreement
C) verb tense agreement
D) all the above

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    Now it's your turn. You tell us what YOU THINK the answer is, and we'll let you know if you're correct or not.

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    I think it is D, all of the above. But not positive.

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    D. is correct.

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    Thank you.

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