Subject/verb agreement††††††††

Choose the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject.

1. Annie and her brothers (is, are) at school.

2. Either my mother or my father (is, are) coming to the meeting.

3. The dog or the cats (is, are) outside.

4. Either my coat or your shoes (is, are) always on the floor.

5. George and Tamara (doesnít, donít) want to see that movie.

6. Benito (doesnít, donít) know the answer.

7. One of my sisters (is, are) going on a trip to France.

8. Helping my mother fix meals (is, are) often quite rewarding.

9. The movie, including all the previews, (take, takes) about two hours to watch.

10. The guy who (give, gives) the most charity receives an honorary award.