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In American English, a collective noun used as a unit takes _____ verbs and pronouns. singular plural Question #2MultipleChoice Score: A noun that refers to more than one person or object and
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1. In American English, a collective noun used as a unit takes singular verbs and pronouns. 2. A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a collective noun. 3. [ Speakers of English as a foreign language often make all of their verbs irregular. ]
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