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1 Tie Breaker

2 1 1 Subject?: Sports (remains/remain) a dominant part of U.S. popular culture.

3 2 2 Subject?: As they have for years, people from all walks of life (follows/follow) the progress of their favorite teams.

4 3 3 Subject?: In most major U.S. cities, the home team (enjoys/ enjoy) great support from the public.

5 4 4 Subject?: Also, with the availability of cable and satellite systems today, everybody with a few extra dollars (has/have) the opportunity to see far more games than ever before.

6 5 5 Subject?: The sales figures for clothing bearing the logo of a professional team also (illustrate/illustrates) American’s on-going love affair with sports.

7 6 6 Subject?: Economics (doesn’t/don’t) lie; millions of people pay plenty just so they can wear items like their favorite stars.

8 7 7 Subject?: There (is/are) a team jersey or hat in many wardrobes throughout the country.

9 8 8 Subject?: In addition, over the last decade, interest in sports memorabilia (has/have) continued to grow.

10 9 9 Subject?: There (has/have) been many published accounts of individuals who became rich after finding a valuable baseball card at a yard sale somewhere.

11 10 Subject?: (Doesn’t/Don’t) everyone today know the potential value of old baseball cards?

12 11 Subject?: National exposure provided by cable broadcasters like ESPN and MTV (has/have) produced a whole new generation of superstars: extreme athletes.

13 12 Subject?: Today’s new pros (doesn’t/don’t) hit homeruns or score goals.

14 13 Subject?: For these athletes, a skateboard or a special bike (is/are) required equipment.

15 14 Subject?: Both the X-Games and the Gravity Games (has/have) drawn the attention of millions to these extreme athletes.

16 15 Subject?: Anybody who thinks these people aren’t athletes obviously (has/have) never watched them perform.

17 16 Subject?: (Has/Have) these critics ever tried to ride straight up a ramp, do a flip in the air, and continue riding?

18 17 Subject?: Strength and agility (is/are) vital to these athletes, just as they are for other top professionals.

19 18 Subject?: An event such as street luge, with participants careening down steep, winding hills, flat on their backs, on a platform slightly larger than a skateboard, (calls/call) for toughness and courage.

20 19 Subject?: Clearly, both traditional and extreme sports (continues/continue) to hold the public’s interest.

21 20 Subject?: Thanks to extensive media coverage, fans of both kinds of sports (has/have) plenty of opportunity to cheer on their favorites.

22 21 Verb?: Thanks to extensive media coverage, fans of both kinds of sports (has/have) plenty of opportunity to cheer on their favorites.

23 22 Verb?: Clearly, both traditional and extreme sports (continues/continue) to hold the public’s interest.

24 23 Verb?: An event such as street luge, with participants careening down steep, winding hills, flat on their backs, on a platform slightly larger than a skateboard, (calls/call) for toughness and courage.

25 24 Verb?: (Has/Have) these critics ever tried to ride straight up a ramp, do a flip in the air, and continue riding?

26 25 Verb?: For these athletes, a skateboard or a special bike (is/are) required equipment.

27 26 Verb?: Today’s new pros (doesn’t/don’t) hit homeruns or score goals.

28 27 Verb?: (Doesn’t/Don’t) everyone today know the potential value of old baseball cards?

29 28 Verb?: In addition, over the last decade, interest in sports memorabilia (has/have) continued to grow.

30 29 Verb?: Sports (remains/remain) a dominant part of U.S. popular culture.

31 30 Verb?: Economics (doesn’t/don’t) lie; millions of people pay plenty just so they can wear items like their favorite stars.

32 1 1 Sports

33 2 2 people

34 3 3 team

35 4 4 everybody

36 5 5 figures

37 6 6 Economics

38 7 7 jersey or hat

39 8 8 interest

40 9 9 accounts

41 10 everyone

42 11 exposure

43 12 pros

44 13 skateboard or bike

45 14 X-Games and Gravity Games

46 15 Anybody

47 16 critics

48 17 Strength and agility

49 18 event

50 19 both traditional (sports) and extreme sports

51 20 fans

52 21 have

53 22 continue

54 23 calls

55 24 Have

56 25 is

57 26 Don’t

58 27 Doesn’t

59 28 has

60 29 remains

61 30 doesn’t

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