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Which one of the following words is an irregular noun plural? A. Geese B. Houses C. Animals D. Automobiles
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User: Which one of the following words is an irregular noun plural? A. Geese B. Houses C. Animals D. Automobiles

Weegy: Geese is an irregular noun plural.
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User: Conrad and his sister will sing a duet in the concert. Which one of the following sentences is an accurate statement about the sentence? A. The sentence has no object. B. The sentence has a compound subject. C. The pronoun his is an object pronoun. D. The verb in the sentence is in the present tense.

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Conrad and his sister will sing a duet in the concert.
The sentence has a compound subject. - is correct.
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