English

1.Rob or Fred ____ basketball after school. (plays play)
plays

2.The teacher or the students ____ the display to visitors. (explain explains)
explain

3.Neither Grace nor Kirk ___ the name. (remember remembers)
remember

4.A laboratory and an office ____ on the first floor.
(is are)
are

5.Beef and broccoli ___ a popular Chinese dish (is are)
are

6.The elephants and the giraffes ___ the zoo visitors (ignore ignores)
ignore

7.The angle or speed ___ every few minutes (change changes)
changes

8. Dodie and Steve ____ clothing made of leather (dislikes dislike)
dislike

9.Oak trees and large rocks ___ the landscape (dot dots)
dot

10.Mom or dad ___ us as we swim (watch watches)
watches

asked by Jerald
  1. 3) Just make sure that the noun closest to the blank matches the verb form! So here it should be plural since the noun right before the blank is 'Kirk', one person. (remembers)
    5) It would be 'is'. Beef and broccoli is the name of the dish. It is easy to get confused because they are telling you about what the dish contains, or its ingredients. But a clue would be that the noun right after is 'dish' so you know the noun is singular.

    posted by Mary
  2. Thanks

    posted by Jerald

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