Bài tập sự hòa hợp giữa chủ ngữ và động từ

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Linh Chi đã hỏi 5 năm trước
1.Three months (be) a long time to wait.

2. Five dollars (be) too much to pay for that book

3. A number of books (be) on the table.

4. The number of students in this class (be) limited to thirty.

5. It (be) my two brothers who (be) hurt.

6. It (be) the children playing upstairs.

7. Neither of the answers (be) correct.

8. Neither (be) to blame.

9. Everybody (have) a good time.

10. Either your key or my key (be) missing.

11. John or his brothers (be) going to help me.

12. Bread and butter (be) all he asked for.

13. The author and lecturer (be) arriving today.

14. My old friend and colleague, George (be) in town.

15. The pen and paper (be) on the desk.

16. Jim and Joe (be) roommates.

17. The boxes of candy (be) on the table.

18. The package of cigarettes (be) on the table.

19. Oranges and cream (be) perishable and should be refrigerated.

20. Oranges and tangerine (be) delicious.

21. Most of the members (be) happy.

22. Half of the students (be) looking out.

23. Some of the sugar (was/were) spilt on the floor.

24. There (be) plenty of time.

25.There (be) a lot of lakes.

26. I, your master, (command) you.

27. My wife, not my friends, ( is waiting/are waiting) for me.

28. Early to bed and early to rise (make) a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

29. Either the mayor or the eldermen (be) to blame.

30. Not John but his brothers (be) to blame.

31. The jury (is / are) trying to reach a decision.

32. The army (has / have) eliminated this section of the training test.

33. The number of students who have withdrawn from class this quarter (is / are) appalling

34. Living expenses in this country, as well as in many others, (is/are) at an all time-high.

35. Mr. Jones, accompanied by several members of the committee,(has/have) proposed some changes of the rules

1 câu trả lời
Yoom H Surber đã trả lời 3 năm trước

1.Three months is a long time to wait. (talks about length of time = cannot be counted)

  1. Five dollars is too much to pay for that book (talks about money, a five-dollar bill = is singular)
  2. A number of books is on the table.
  3. The number of students in this class is limited to thirty.
  4. It is my two brothers who are hurt.
  5. It is the children playing upstairs.
  6. Neither of the answers is correct.
  7. Neither is to blame.
  8. Everybody has a good time.
  9. . Either your key or my key is missing.
  10. John or his brothers are going to help me.
  11. Bread and butter are all he asked for.
  12. The author and lecturer are arriving today.
  13. My old friend and colleague, George is in town.
  14. The pen and paper are on the desk.
  15. Jim and Joe are roommates.
  16. The boxes of candy are on the table.
  17. The package of cigarettes is on the table.
  18. Oranges and cream are perishable and should be refrigerated.
  19. Oranges and tangerine are delicious.
  20. Most of the members are happy.
  21. Half of the students are looking out.
  22. Some of the sugar was spilt on the floor. (can’t be counted)
  23. There is plenty of time. (time cannot be counted)
  24. There are a lot of lakes.
  25. I, your master, command you.
  26. My wife, not my friends, is waiting for me.
  27. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
  28. Either the mayor or the eldermen is to blame.
  29. Not John but his brothers are to blame.
  30. The jury is trying to reach a decision.
  31. The army has eliminated this section of the training test.
  32. The number of students who have withdrawn from class this quarter is appalling
  33. Living expenses in this country, as well as in many others, is at an all time-high.
  34. Mr. Jones, accompanied by several members of the committee, has proposed some changes of the rules

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