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  1. Unregistered
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    one who are

    which one is correct?

    Are the students helping you?

    The teachers are the ones who are helping me.
    The teachers are the ones who is helping me.
    The teachers are the one who is helping me.

    should one be plural? should the verb after relative clause be singluar

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    Re: one who are

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    which one is correct?

    Are the students helping you?

    The teachers are the ones who are helping me.

    IT IS RIGHT.

    The teachers are the ones who is helping me.
    The teachers are the one who is helping me.

    should one be plural? should the verb after relative clause be singluar
    The teachers ( plural subject ) are ( plural verb ) the ones (plural subject ) who are ( plural helping verb ) helping me.
    You can write other way like this: " The teachers are the ones helping me."

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