Re: is the question word -who- always singular?
Originally Posted by cubezero3
*** I'm not a teacher***
Who are those people over there? The answer is:
They (those people) are dancers.
Who dances over there? The answer (a bit awkward but just to make a point):
Those people you saw earlier (dance there).
In (1) 'who' asks about the object, in (2) 'who' asks about the subject.
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