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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30420: Plural or singular?
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    Plural or singular?


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    1. Many of us from Spanish-speaking countries.

    2. Some of us married.

    3. None of the debris been cleared away.

    4. All of us studying English.

    5. A few of us part time.

    6. She a new student at this school.

    7. He a computer.

    8. They in the dormitory.

    9. A couple of us to play soccer.

    10. One of us glasses.









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