Find out the sentence/s which is/are written correctly.
- Here’s the paper clips you requested.
- A limousine and driver are in the driveway.
- One-fourth of the voters tend not to cast its ballots in national elections.
- Either of the classic cars are for sale.
I, II, III
I. The subject 'paperclips' and the verb 'is' are not in agreement.
II. 'A limousine and its driver' is plural and rightly agrees with 'are'. III. 'One-fourth of the voters' is plural and agrees with the verb 'tend' but the possessive pronoun 'its' is incorrectly used instead of 'their' with 'ballots'.
IV. Either of the classic cars' is singular and not in agreement with 'are'.
Therefore, II is the correct option.