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Sheet1 Page 1 Comprehensive Grammar CheckPoint Read the following sentences, and focus on the grammar area specified in the left column. Then, complete Appendix H by selecting the correct sentence (a or b) for each number and providing an explanation of why you made that choice. Subject-verb agreement 1a. Did you know a famous animal-rights activist has criticized horseracing because of the dangers involved? 1b. Did you know a famous animal-rights activist have criticized horseracing because of the dangers involved? Subject-verb agreement 2a. Peer editing academic papers require critical-thinking skills and diplomacy. 2b. Peer editing academic papers requires critical-thinking skills and diplomacy. Subject-verb agreement 3a. Vitamins that are sold in a health-food store are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. 3b. Vitamins that are sold in a health-food store is not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Using regular and irregular verbs 4a. John has become a rather good actor. 4b. John has became a rather good actor. Using regular and irregular verbs 5a. Some athletes have taken drug tests to prove they are not on steroids.
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Sheet1 Page 2 5b. Some athletes have took drug tests to prove they are not on steroids. Using regular
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