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What is wrong?

What is wrong?

In a sentence, the subject and verb must agree in number. Both must be singular or both must be plural. Can you figure out the error in these sentences?
Which word in this sentence is incorrect?
1. Read the given sentence.
2. Look at the word in each white box.
3. Click the box that has a word which doesn't fit the sentence.
Example: The cat chase the rat.
Method: Figure out if the subject is singular or plural. Then, find the verb. If the subject is singular then the verb must also be singular. If the subject is plural, then the verb must also be plural.
Answer: In the above sentence, 'cat' is singular. So the verb "chase" must also be singular. Therefore, the answer is 'chase'.