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Subject and Verb Agreement Quiz

1. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) At the end of the story, they was living happily ever after. B) At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after. C) At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after. D) At the end of the story, they was living happily ever after.

2. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) Al and Eli go to the beach to surf with their friends. B) Al and Eli go to the beach to surf with their friends. C) Al and Eli goes to the beach to surf with their friends. D) Al and Eli goes to the beach to surf with their friends.

3. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends has waxed their boards. B) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends has waxed their boards. C) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends have waxed their boards. D) When Al and Eli arrive, they find that their friends have waxed their boards.

4. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) The group of children from that school has never seen the ocean. B) The group of children from that school have never seen the ocean. C) The group of children from that school has never seen the ocean. D) The group of children from that school have never seen the ocean.

5. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) If our staff members doesn't quit picking at each other, we will not meet our goals. B) If our staff members don't quit picking at each other, we will not meet our goals. C) If our staff members don't quit picking at each other, we will not meet our goals. D) If our staff members doesn't quit picking at each other, we will not meet our goals.

6. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) Either Gary or I am responsible for allocating the funds. B) Either Gary or I are responsible for allocating the funds. C) Either Gary or I am responsible for allocating the funds.

D) Either Gary or I are responsible for allocating the funds.

7. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) Neither she nor they were willing to predict the election results. B) Neither she nor they was willing to predict the election results. C) Neither she nor they was willing to predict the election results. D) Neither she nor they were willing to predict the election results.

8. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) Nora is one of the candidates who are worthy of my vote. B) Nora is one of the candidates who is worthy of my vote. C) Nora is one of the candidates who are worthy of my vote. D) Nora is one of the candidates who is worthy of my vote.

9. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) Nora, of all the candidates who are running, is the best. B) Nora, of all the candidates who are running, is the best. C) Nora, of all the candidates who is running, is the best. D) Nora, of all the candidates who is running, is the best.

10. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) My problem, which is minor in comparison with others, exists because I dropped out of high school. B) My problem, which is minor in comparison with others, exist because I dropped out of high school. C) My problem, which is minor in comparison with others, exists because Idropped out of high school. D) My problem, which is minor in comparison with others, exist because I dropped out of high school.

11. Choose the sentence in which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. A) His dogs, which is kept outside, bark all day long. B) His dogs, which is kept outside, bark all day long. C) His dogs, which are kept outside, bark all day long. D) His dogs, which are kept outside, bark all day long.

More Confusing Words and Homonyms - Quiz 1


1. Choose the correct sentence.w A) Many people don't stop to consider how current events affect their every daylives. B) Many people don't stop to consider how current events affect their everydaylives.

2. Choose the correct sentence. A) I hope the solar flair doesn't affect our computer equipment. B) I hope the solar flare doesn't affect our computer equipment.

3. Choose the correct sentence. A) It's amazing that hangars can be built large enough to accommodate today's gigantic airplanes. B) It's amazing that hangers can be built large enough to accommodate today's gigantic airplanes.

4. Choose the correct sentence. A) We'll need a forklift to place all those boxes on the palate. B) We'll need a forklift to place all those boxes on the palette. C) We'll need a forklift to place all those boxes on the pallet.

5. Choose the correct sentence. A) Would you like to have a sneak peak at the restaurant before it opens? B) Would you like to have a sneak peek at the restaurant before it opens? C) Would you like to have a sneak pique at the restaurant before it opens?

6. Choose the correct sentence. A) Use the reigns to guide the horse along the path. B) Use the rains to guide the horse along the path. C) Use the reins to guide the horse along the path.

7. Choose the correct sentence. A) The company will have to raze adequate funds before it can move forward with the project. B) The company will have to raise adequate funds before it can move forward with the project.

8. Choose the correct sentence. A) My grandmother taught me how to sow clothing when I was a little girl. B) My grandmother taught me how to so clothing when I was a little girl. C) My grandmother taught me how to sew clothing when I was a little girl.

9. Choose the correct sentence. A) Have you ever watched someone shear a sheep?

B) Have you ever watched someone sheer a sheep?

10. Choose the correct sentence. A) I'd like to go to the state fair on Sundae. B) I'd like to go to the state fair on Sunday.

heir vs. There vs. They're Quiz


1. Choose the correct sentence. A) According to an old legend, their is treasure buried on that island. B) According to an old legend, there is treasure buried on that island. C) According to an old legend, they're is treasure buried on that island.

2. Choose the correct sentence. A) Juan and Pancho just called to let us know their coming for dinner. B) Juan and Pancho just called to let us know there coming for dinner. C) Juan and Pancho just called to let us know they're coming for dinner.

3. Choose the correct sentence. A) There is a mouse in my closet! B) Their is a mouse in my closet! C) They're is a mouse in my closet!

4. Choose the correct sentence. A) I can't wait to see the looks on there faces when I tell them the truth. B) I can't wait to see the looks on their faces when I tell them the truth. C) I can't wait to see the looks on they're faces when I tell them the truth.

5. Choose the correct sentence. A) I wonder if their planning to go shopping with us. B) I wonder if there planning to go shopping with us. C) I wonder if they're planning to go shopping with us.

6. Choose the correct sentence. A) The children went upstairs to play after clearing there plates at dinner. B) The children went upstairs to play after clearing they're plates at dinner. C) The children went upstairs to play after clearing their plates at dinner.

7. Choose the correct sentence. A) It's they're decision, so I'll just stay out of it.

B) It's their decision, so I'll just stay out of it. C) It's there decision, so I'll just stay out of it.

8. Choose the correct sentence. A) I don't know what they're doing to cause all that noise, but it's giving me a headache! B) I don't know what there doing to cause all that noise, but it's giving me a headache! C) I don't know what their doing to cause all that noise, but it's giving me a headache!

9. Choose the correct sentence. A) The kids haven't called yet; I'm concerned about there being out so late at night. B) The kids haven't called yet; I'm concerned about they're being out so late at night. C) The kids haven't called yet; I'm concerned about their being out so late at night.

10. Choose the correct sentence. A) I believe Wynona left her glasses over they're. B) I believe Wynona left her glasses over there. C) I believe Wynona left her glasses over their.

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