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    is/are?

    1. Using both of these is.........

    2. Using both of these are.......

    Please help me determine what sentence shoud be used. Thanks.

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    Re: is/are?

    The subject is 'using', so say 'is'.

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    Re: is/are?

    Thanks.

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