Identify the incorrect sentence.
A. Each knife and fork have been cleaned and put away.
B. Each knife and fork has been cleaned and put away.
C. Some of the girl's teeth are chipped.
D. None of the material is missing.


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  1. Yes. A is an incorrect sentence.

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