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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121440: Subject-Verb Agreement
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    1. Mathematics (is/are) an increasingly popular field of study.

    2. The Taki's tribe (react/reacts) to Reverend Cullen's sermon in different ways.

    3. My teacher and my friend (have/has) paintings in the show.

    4. The group Beausoleil (appear/appears) twice on the program.

    5. Both the president and her advisors (is/are) in Tokyo this week.

    6. (is/are) linguistics your favourite course?

    7. Several large lizards and an eight-foot python (make/makes) up the main attraction in the reptile building of the tiny zoo.

    8. The festival staff (wear/wears) buttons saying, "Ask me for help."

    9. Our audience (give/gives) you ultimate attention.

    10. Sally and the rest of the crew (was/were) responsible for the display.

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