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Identify the sentence in which the underlined verb does not agree with its subject.

A.
Chance and Martina are listening to the radio.
B.
Most of the television shows are entertaining.
C.
There are no information to support those ratings.
D.
France and Italy are two places I would like to visit

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  1. Three sentences have plural subjects and plural verbs.

    One sentence has a singular subject and a plural verb -- this is the error.

    Which sentence is that one with the error? Make sure you read these sentences OUT LOUD if you are not sure.

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  2. C?

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  3. Right!

    "information" is singular, but "are" is plural.

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  4. Can you help me with another question?

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  5. Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence.

    A.
    Fred slipped on the ice, spraining his finger, and his wrist.
    B.
    He cannot take part in the bowling tournament, but he is going anyway.
    C.
    He can hand out tickets, organize teams, and keep scores.
    D.
    Fred will lend his bowling ball and his team shirt to Caitlin.

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  6. The second comma in A is not needed.

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