Read the sentences to decide whether the verbs should be singular or plural. Then click the dropdown menu to see the answer.
1. The price of these jeans reasonable.
2. The books borrowed from the library on my desk.
3. The boy who won the two medals a friend of mine.
4. Bread and butter our daily food.
5. The famous singer and composer arrived.
6. Collecting match-boxes one of his favourite pastimes.
7. The quality of the candies poor.
8. Neither his father nor his mother mahjong.
9. Neither parent fond of playing mahjong.
10. None of my friends there.
11. Many a student made the same mistake.
12. Gold, as well as platinum, recently risen in price.
13. The boss, as well as his colleagues, been robbed by the robber.
14. Ten tons a heavy load.
15. Fifty miles a long distance.
16. Thirty years a long time.
17. One of the books been missing.
18. The poor suffering.
19. You should decide which one of the three choices A, B, or C best the question.
20. One of the most intelligent students who full marks John.
21. The only one of these most intelligent students who under 18 Peter.
22. One of these most intelligent students whose example being followed John.