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    Ju is offline Senior Member
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    Red face wish, resolution

    a) What are the differences between :

    1. My wish for the year of 2007 are...
    2. My resolution for the year of 2007 are...
    b) Should I use 'are' or 'is' behind wish and resolution in the above
    sentences?

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: wish, resolution

    wish = something you would like to see happen
    resolution = something you will try to do
    It should be 'is' as both are singular there, but they both have plurals- wishes/resolutions.

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