|Insert is, am, or are, has or have, was or were, do or does.|
1. The black and red car ______ mine.
2. The black and the red car ______ his.
6. ______ they seen the tiger?
7. One of the boys ______ not here.
9. You and he ______ late for school yesterday; why ______ that?
10. Coffee mixed with milk ______ good to drink.
12. The dog and the cat ______ long been enemies.
13. The short and old ruler ______ not yours.
14. My book ______ been lost; ______ you seen it ?
17. One or two boys ______ here that day.
19. Where ______ he wish to go?
1. The black and red car is mine.
2. The black and the red car are his.
3. John and James do not go to the same school.
4. Neither she nor I am to blame for the mistake.
5. Does Ali have a dog like yours ?
6. Have they seen the tiger ?
7. One of the boys is not here.
8. Mary and Rita have sold their old shoes.
9. You and he were late for school yesterday; why was that ?
10. Coffee mixed with milk is good to drink.
11. The sum and substance of all you say has no effect.
12. The dog and the cat have long been enemies.
13. The short and old ruler is not yours.
14. My book has been lost; have you seen it ?
15. Youth and experience do not exist together.
16. Neither those dogs nor that cat is yours.
17. One or two boys were here that day.
18. Neither he nor they do much work.
19. Where does he wish to go ?
20. No boy or girl is allowed to enter the room.