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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57015: Plural/singular
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    1. Either the girl or the boy read the story about Helen Thayer.

    2. Both the boy and the girl heard about Oprah Winfrey.

    3. None of them watched the talk show.

    4. Neither of us ready when the party began.

    5. Neither he nor I the answer.

    6. The teacher with all of her students at the talk show.

    7. There a desk,a table and three chairs in the room.

    8. There three chairs, a desk and a computer in the room.

    9. Two and three five.

    10. A million dollars a lot of money.

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