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    Smile Indefinite Pronoun as a subject

    Which is correct? TIA.

    1. One of my friends is missing.
    2. One of my friends are missing.

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    Re: Indefinite Pronoun as a subject

    Quote Originally Posted by red_fox2600 View Post
    Which is correct? TIA.

    1. One of my friends is missing.
    2. One of my friends are missing.

    "One of my friends is missing", because it's only one that is lost

    xxx


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    Re: Indefinite Pronoun as a subject

    Quote Originally Posted by MASM View Post
    "One of my friends is missing", because it's only one that is lost

    xxx
    Thanks.

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