# Sat prep English

Choose the word which best completes the sentence

Neither the cat nor the dog (play, plays) together.

And

Neither the cat nor the dogs (play, plays) together.

And

Neither the cats nor the dogs (play, plays) together.

1. Study this site and then post what you think.

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/sv_agr.htm

posted by Ms. Sue
2. 1.plays
2.play
3.play

....I think lol

posted by Marina
3. Looks good to me. The noun closer to the verb determines whether to use singular or plural.

posted by Steve
4. Thank you!

posted by Marina
5. Yes. They're right.

posted by Ms. Sue
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http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=SAT+English+Prep

Sra

posted by SraJMcGin

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