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June Walters, along with her friend, __________ baked some delicious cakes.

C.have been
I think it is B...A sounds better but I think it is A...?

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    The subject, "June Walters," is singular. If you omit "along with her friend," which verb sounds best?

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    Without "along with her friend" then "has" sounds best...

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    Right. She has . . .

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    O.k ....thank you

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    You're welcome.

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