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Identifying Tricky Causes of Subject Verb Disagreement

Everybody know Mr. Jones. pronoun
Raw data is the best source of evidence. plural subject that looks singular
Each of the girls sing well. pronoun
The mayor as well as his brothers are going to prison. multiple subjects
Air pollution caused by fumes has been studied for years, but only recently has the harmful effects of noise pollution become known. subject in unusual location
Measles are a dangerous disease. singular subject that appears plural
Ten moose walks slowly. plural subject that appears singular
Many nations, including America, has issued stamps that commemorate the signing of the UN charter. subject separated by modifying phrase
Are either my father or my brothers responsible? subject joined by whither, either, neither, nor
Created by: avmerrit