This is a plural/singular verb question, but I can't see it answered elsewhere.
Elsewhere the consensus is that when you have a collective noun and plural nouns, you can use either a singular or plural verb eg
A pack of wolves was attacking the sheep or
A pack of wolves were attacking the sheep
But what about a sentence like:
Which of you two boys is/are throwing stones at the cat.
Can you use either "is" or "are"?
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