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Which sentence uses a verb that agrees with its pronoun subject? A. Nobody in the competition have quit so far. B. Neither of the cars are new. C. Several of his video games is no longer working. D. One of our teammates is ill today.
The sentence that uses a verb that agrees with its pronoun subject is: One of our teammates is ill today.
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The sentence that uses a verb that agrees with its pronoun subject is: One of our teammates is ill today.
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