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    #1

    singular or plural verb needed?

    Each of the following pairs of sentences is / are correct.

    Should 'is' or 'are' be used?

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    #2

    Re: singular or plural verb needed?

    The subject is 'Each':

    Ex: Each of them is correct.

    Click here: each are

    All the best.


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    #3

    Re: singular or plural verb needed?

    As far as I know, IS is the right answer.

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