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Which verb agrees with its subject? There is nothing I __________ more than the chance to sing this song in the spring concert. A. is wanting B. has wanted C. wants D. want
The verb which agrees with its subject is: "want". There is nothing I WANT more than the chance to sing this song in the spring concert.
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amanda39, you have been reminded before to answer in complete sentences and to provide sources for your answers. To avoid warnings, you need to comply with the rules.
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