1.Jason’s father bought him a bicycle that he had wanted for his birthday.
2.Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from France to United States.
3.Rita is studying English and math this semester.
4.A Judge asked the witness to tell the truth.
5.Please give me a cup of coffee with cream and sugar.
6.A Give books on the table for my history class.
7.No one in the Spanish class knew correct the answer to Mrs. Perez’s question.
8.My car is four years old and it still runs well.
9.When you go to the store, please buy a bottle of chocolate milk and a dozen oranges.
10.There are only a few seats left for tonight’s musical at the university.
11.John and Marcy went to school yesterday and then studied in the library before returning home.
12.Lake Erie is one of the five Great Lakes in North America.
13.On our trip to Spain, we crossed the Atlantic Ocean.
14.Mount Rushmore is the site of the magnificent tribute to the four great American presidents.
15.What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
16.Louie played basketball and baseball at the Boys’ Club this year.
17.Rita plays a violin and her sister plays a guitar.
18.While we were in Alaska, we saw the Eskimo village.
19.Phil can’t go to the movies tonight because he has to write an essay.
20.David attended Princenton University.
21.Harry has been admitted to the School of Medicine at midwestern university.
22.Mel’s grandmother is in hospital, so we went to visit her last night.
23.The Political science class is taking trip to Soviet Union in the spring.
24.Queen Elizabeth II is a monarch of the Great Britain.
25.The Declaration of Independence was drawn up in 1776.
26.Scientists hope to send an expendition to Mars during 1980s.
27.Last night there was bird singing outside my house.
28.The chair that you are sitting in is broken.
29.The Civil War was fought in United States between 1861 and 1865.
30.Florida State University is smaller than University of Florida.
Exercise 10: Subject-Verb Agreement
1.John, along with twenty friends,are planning a party.
2.The picture of the soldiers bring back many memories.
3.The quality of these recordings are not very good.
4.If the duties of these officers aren’t reduced, there will not be enough time to finish the project.
5.The effects of cigarette smoking have been proven to be extremely harmful.
6.The use of credit cards in place of cash have increased rapidly in recent years.
7.Advertisements on television are becoming more competitive than ever before.
8.Living expenses in this country, as well as in many others, is at an all-time high.
9.Mr. Jones, accompanied by several members of the committee, has proposed some changes of the rules.
10.The levels of intoxication vary from subject to subject.
Exercise 11: Subject-Verb Agreement
1.Neither Bill nor Mary are going to the play tonight.
2.Anything are better than going to another movie tonight.
3.Skating is becoming more popular every day.
4.A number of reporters were at the conference yesterday.
5.Everybody who has a fever must go home immediately.
6.Your glasses were on the bureau last night.
7.There were some people at the meeting last night.
8.The committee has already reached a decision.
9.A pair of jeans were in the washing mechine this morning.
10.Each student have answered the first three questions.
11.Either John or his wife makes breakfast each morning.
12.After she had perused the material, the secretary decided that every-thing were in order.
13.The crowd at the basketball game was wild with excitement.
14.A pack of wild dogs has frightened all the ducks away.
15.The jury is trying to reach a decision.
16.The army has eliminated this section of the training test.
17.The number of students who have withdrawn from class this quarter are appalling.
18.There have been too many interruptions in this class.
19.Every elementary school teacher has to take this examination.
20.Neither Jill nor her parents have seen this movie before