SUPER Subject Verb Agreement Game

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Pick the correct verb to agree with the subject. If the subject is singular, pick the singular verb. If the subject is plural, use the plural form of the verb.
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A group of astronomers _ meeting today. The engineer and the astronomer _ meeting today. One of the conference speakers _ an astronaut. A few astronauts _ living at the Space Station. Either Julie Payette or Jeff Williams _ American. Julie Payette and Robert Thirsk _ Canadian. Through the clouds, _ a glider. Through the sky, _ the fighter jets. The report on the planets _ on the desk. All the reports on the mission _ on the desk. Either the astronauts or the flight director _ at fault. Either the flight director or the astronauts _ at fault. One of the planets _ a year to complete an orbit. Most of the stars _ billions of years to burn out. The sun is one of the stars that _ light to the planets. The stars, including the sun, _ light to the planets. Someone from the astronomy club _ the telescope. The astronomy club members _ the telescope on weekends. Today the class _ the stars. All students in that class _ the stars. The news about the astronauts _ good. Mars and Venus _ the closest planets to Earth. Either Callisto or Callista _ Jupiter's moon. Callisto and Ganymede _ Jupiter's moons. A flag from every country _ painted on the rocket. Flags from every country _ painted on the rocket. Either Mars or Saturn _ a very thin atmosphere. Both Jupiter and Saturn _ dense atmospheres. A cluster of stars _ an interesting shape. Stars, grouped together, _ an interesting shape. One of the largest moon craters _ a huge area. Groups of craters _ the moon's surface. The Alpha star is one of the stars that _ the brightest. The stars and planets _ brightly in the night sky. Each of the students _ a computer. All the students _ computers and telescopes. Neither Venus nor Mercury _ life as we know it. Which planets might _ some form of life? One of the comets _ across the sky. A star and a comet _ across the sky. A family with five kids _ to Florida to see the launch. The members of Jared's family _ to Cape Canaveral. Io, one of the solar system's largest moons, _ Jupiter. More than 16 moons _ Jupiter. Everyone with binoculars _ craters on the moon. Emily and Larissa _ a comet. Everyone in the group _ when they see the meteor. Several in the group _ when they see the meteor. The public _ star parties at the local planetarium. Members of the public _ special events at the museum. Neither Cici nor Tim _ going to the star party. Neither Rob nor his friends _ going to the star party. Every one of the planets _ the sun. All the planets in the solar system _ the sun. Fifty percent of the class _ looked through binoculars. Ten percent of the students _ looked through a telescope. None of the group _ missing. None of the students _ missing. The light from the sun _ 8 minutes to reach Earth. Light rays from the sun _ 8 minutes to reach Earth. Every one of the other planets _ denser than Saturn. All the planets _ denser than Saturn. The book on galaxies and star clusters _ ready for pickup. The books on our solar system _ ready for pickup. Neither Juan nor Inge _ able to work the telescope. Neither the students nor the teachers _ ready for the test. Either Dave or Ella _ the star gazing at the observatory. Either the members or the volunteers _ the observatory. Your order for 3 solar filters _ ready for pickup. The 3 solar filters in your order _ ready for pickup. Through the star clusters and galaxies, _ the spaceship. Through the space junk and debris, _ the spaceships. Either the space station or the shuttle _ visible tonight. Both the space station and the shuttle _ visible tonight.