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A verb after "either of " is more often singular, but it can sometimes be plural in an informal style. (Michael Swan)
In spoken English, I think native speakers would say “I don’t think either of you are wrong” but not “ I don’t think either of you is wrong” Am I correct?
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Re: either of
Both either of you is and either of you are are used.
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