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Identify the correct sentence. A. Neither Bill nor Linda ever wish to see that snarling cat again. B. Bill and Linda hope never to see that snarling cat again. C. Bill and Linda wishes they would never see that snarling cat again. D. Bill and Linda hopes never to see that snarling cat again

  1. Ms. Sue

    The subject in A is singular. The other three have plural subjects.

    Which do you think is correct?

  2. Amber

    I think its D

  3. Ms. Sue

    Do we say?
    They hopes
    They hope

  4. Amber

    They hope

  5. Ms. Sue

    Right. They is plural. Hope is plural.

    Now do you see which sentence has a plural subject and a plural verb?

  6. Amber


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