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Circle the words in () below that makes the subject and verb of the sentence agree

1.The cake (mix mixes) looks too thing
mix

2.Your dog (bark barks) at night
barks

3.Milt(like likes) the high jump
likes

4.Our (forest forests) provide a home for many creatures
forests

5.Usually, his movies (get gets) good reviews
get

6.Dachshunds (stand stands) low to the ground
stand

7.(He They) acts like a clown too often
He

8.Our neighbor often (borrow borrows) tools from us
borrows

9.The fresh (cake cakes) taste delicious
cake

10.They (meet meets) twice a month
meet

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    I agree with all your answers except #9.

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    All right!

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    Oops -- Writeacher is right.

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    Is tastes the verb?

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    The fresh cake tastes ...

    OR

    The fresh cakes taste ...

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    Yes.

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