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    "is" or "are"

    "A series of events is ..." or "A series of events are..."

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    Re: "is" or "are"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "A series of events is ..." or "A series of events are..."
    are (there are several events) -- plural notion

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    Re: "is" or "are"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "A series of events is ..." or "A series of events are..."

    Hi

    Svartnik is right.
    A series of events are...


    Events -subject of the sentence
    a series of- determinative

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