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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30422: Plural/singular
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    1. My husband or my daughters the dishes every day.

    2. My daughters or my husband the dishes every day.

    3. A high percentage of the population voting against the new incinerator.

    4. A high percentage of the people voting against the new incinerator.

    5. Not only the teacher but also the students given a reprimand by the headmaster.

    6. Not only the students but also the teacher given a reprimand by the headmaster.

    7. The robber, along with his two accomplices, sent to jail.

    8. Tara, together with her mates, a team of the highest level.

    9. Some of the crop been spoiled by the storm.

    10. Some of the cherries been spoiled by the rain.

    11. Neither Pablo nor his parents interested in football.

    12. Neither the parents nor their son interested in football.

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