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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35444: Verbs in singular or plural?
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    Verbs in singular or plural?

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    1. The United States the most powerful country in the world.

    2. Measles not very painful but quite annoying.

    3. My new jeans too long!

    4. 500 euros lent by my father to me.

    5. When I was younger, maths not really my favourite subject.

    6. the police nicer to citizens in France or in England ?

    7. 10 days not long enough to enjoy holiday.

    8. This morning, the news good but I'm afraid it will worsen any day.

    9. All the information you gave me last time completely true.

    10. You should listen to your teacher's advice. always useful.

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