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1. Which of the following sentences shows correct subject-verb agreement?
A. Under the house is two big turtles.
B. Under the house are two big turtles.
C. both a & b.
D. neither a nor b.
I think the answer is B.

2. Which of the following sentences shows correct subject-verb agreement?
A. The bus, in addition to three cars, is a total loss.
B. The bus, in addition to three cars, are a total loss.
C. The bus, in addition to three cars, were a total loss.
D. none of the above.
I think the answer is C.

3. Which of the following sentences shows correct subject-verb agreement?
A. Neither the cat nor the dogs are quiet at night.
B. Neither the cat nor the dogs is quiet at night.
C. Neither the cat nor the dogs was quiet at night.
D. none of the above.
I think the answer is A.

4.Which of the following shows correct comma usage?
A. If you give me some money I'll order a pizza.
B. If, you give me some money, I'll order a pizza.
C. If you give me, some money, I'll order a pizza.
D. If you give me some money, I'll order a pizza.
I think the answer is A.

5. Which of the following shows correct comma usage?
A. Jennifer Smith the new receptionist starts work today.
B. Jennifer Smith, the new receptionist starts work today.
C. Jennifer Smith, the new receptionist, starts work today.
D. Jennifer Smith, the new receptionist, starts work, today.
I think the answer is B.

6. Which of the following is correct comma usage?
A. Looking disgusted, the boy turned away.
B. Looking disgusted the boy turned away.
C. Looking, disgusted, the boy turned away.
D. Looking, disgusted, the boy, turned away.
I think the answer is A.
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1. I think the answer is B.
So do I

2. I think the answer is C.
Pluck out the part in commas and you'll see the verb should agree with the singular bus. (That's how I'd write it.)

3. I think the answer is A.
Yes, make the verb agree with the closest subject.

4.I think the answer is A.
Actually, in real life, we'd write it like A quite often, but the end of the dependent clause should have a comma seperating it from the main clause, so D.

5. I think the answer is B.
No. The new receptionist should be set off with a comma on each side.

6. I think the answer is A.

I agree

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