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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #73407: Verb in singular or plural
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Plural [Change theme]
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    Verb in singular or plural

    Complete the sentences.

    English exercise "Verb in singular or plural" created by sreedhar with The test builder
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    1. The police , unfortunately, (have) failed to arrest the dreaded criminal.
    2. Physics (be) his forte, ie he is very good at this subject.
    3. His spectacles (be) rather exorbitant - very costly indeed.
    4. Gulliver's Travels (be) a truly engrossing book.
    5. My trousers (be) rather loose. No wonder I feel so awkward.
    6. Bread and butter (be) what every man actually seeks.
    7. Measles (be) a disease that takes ages to get rid of.
    8. Thirty dollars (be) the remuneration I got for all the trouble I had taken.
    9. Mr Brown, with his better half and children (have) left this place for good.
    10. Politics (be) truly the last resort for scoundrels.

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