Final Exam for Developmental English/Writing,ByMr. J.D. Meyer. Reviewedby Mentor, Lew Sayers8 Rules of Subject-Verb Agreement: Circle the correct answer1.Present Tense VerbsaThe penguin squawks at the bulldogs.b.The dogs barks at the penguins.2.Words/Phrases between Subject and VerbaSome students who quit coming to class need to be ignored and nottracked down by me.b.That instructor with the Acura and the Mustang have a second job.3.Subject after the Verba.There are too many students “chillin” in their rooms.b.Where is the keys of the reading instructor?4.Compound Subjectsa.LaTonya and Adelia are on the honor roll.b.Barnes and Noble have a bookstore in South Tyler.5.Indefinite Pronounsa.Everyone were watching the basketball playoffs in the dorm.
b.Almost everyone eats rice daily in China.6.Agreement with Nearest Subject when Joined by “or.”a.Either the cats or the dog attack unwanted, rude visitors on mycommand.b.Either asphalt shingles or metal is used for roof construction in EastTexas.7.Collective Nounsa.Our team has a new coach.b.The squadron have certified airplane mechanics for maintenance.8..Special Casesa.Her glasses need adjusting immediately.b.My black trousers has a tear on the side.COMMA RULES1Between Items in a Series: Single and Multipleitems.
2Between Compound Sentence3After an Intro. Word, Phrase, or Clause4Two Commas around Interrupters.