Edit the sentences below for punctuation and add commas as needed. Feel free to print out this page and come to the Writing Center to talk to a tutor about your answers!
- Susan and Miriam, who is/are students in Chemistry 101, do/does not wear glasses.
- During the soccer match, the boys on the far left-hand corner of the bench was/were shouting.
- Either Tim or James is/are going to win the golf tournament.
- Better communication between faculty and staff is/are required to increase student success.
- Whole grains such as those used to make brown bread is/are healthier to eat.
- When applying for a senior job, an employment record of ten years is/are impressive.
- Faculty and staff is/are up-in-arms about the new university regulations.
- The huge number of new students has/have made the library more crowded.
- At the monthly meeting, dinner is given to student assistants who send/sends in their orders.
- Mathematics has/have always been a problem for me.
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