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    Is "is" omitted in this sentence?

    Is "is" omitted between Google and gainin the sentence below?
    Google (is) to gain as more advertising moves to the web.

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    Re: Is "is" omitted in this sentence?

    It would not be a sentence if 'is' was omitted.

    Not a teacher.

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    Re: Is "is" omitted in this sentence?

    You have quoted a news headline, ziawj. Words are often omitted in headlines.

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