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1. Why is the agreement in the following sentence incorrect?

Neither of the cakes are very expensive.

The verb should agree with cakes, which is a plural noun.
The verb should agree with cakes, which is a singular noun.
The verb should agree with neither, which is a plural indefinite pronoun.
The verb should agree with neither, which is a singular indefinite pronoun.

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    The verb should agree with neither, which is a singular indefinite pronoun.

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    Thank You!

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    You're welcome.

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