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    Gerund?

    "Is" or "are"? Which would be correct to use in the following sentence:
    Having good, positive reviews is essential to a product's success!

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    Re: Gerund?

    Quote Originally Posted by robindcr8l View Post
    "Is" or "are"? Which would be correct to use in the following sentence:
    Having good, positive reviews is essential to a product's success!
    Is. Having is singular.

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