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    #1

    Cool News

    Hello!

    Are we supposed to use "is " or "are" here?:

    "The good news is, you don't need to work any more!''

    Thank you
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    Re: News

    'News' is uncountable. Therefore it should be referred to as 'is'.

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    Re: News

    Quote Originally Posted by Verona_82 View Post
    'News' is uncountable. Therefore it should be referred to as 'is'.

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