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Which one of the following sentences demostates correct subject-verb or tense agreement?

A. Neither my team nor Sandra's team are in the playoffs.
B. One pair of shoes cost four dollars.
C. How many times has she told you that same old story?
D. The sound of the people were really loud.


In sentence A. Neither is the subject and is singular. Is the verb, are, singular or plural?

B. Pair is the subject and is singular. (Note that of shoes is a prepositional phrase and can't be the subject). Is the verb, cost, singular or plural?

C. She is the subject. Has told is the correct verb.

D. Sound is the subject. Is the verb, were, singular or plural?


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