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Which of the following does NOT illustrate subject-verb agreement?

a. Each of the players need a locker.
b. He said that the computer is broken.
c. There go the members of the cast.
d. We knew that rivers flow south.

I've been on this same question for 2 hours and I'm burned out...
Help!!! signed can't think straight.
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This looks like homework?

a. Each of the players need a locker.

Singular....needs?

Each of the players NEEDS a locker. You can ignore "of the players".

Think of it as....

Each (player) needs a locker.

They NEED lockers.

Players need lockers.

Sue, one of the players, needs a special locker.

Hope that helps.

MountainHiker
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This is much easier than you think.

Put all four sentences into a Word document with grammar check turned on.

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a. Each of the players needS a locker.
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b. He said that the computer is broken.
Direct speech: He said ''The computer is broken.''
Reported speech: He said that the computer was broken.
Direct speech: Tom said ''I am feeling ill.''
Reported speech: Tom said that he was feeling ill.
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