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    subject verb agreement

    tick the correct option.

    1. a lot (was/were) planned but little progress ( has/ have) been made. room was ransacked and it ( appear/ appears) as if someone ( has/ have) broken into it.

    check whether the sentence are correct or not. is they who helped us in bad times.
    2. more than one student has complained about the length of the test.

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    Re: subject verb agreement

    This looks like homework, which you should be trying to do by yourself.
    Please indicate which of the answers to 1. and 2. you think are correct, and someone will advise you.

    Also, please make sure that you start every sentence with a capital letter.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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