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  1. tosinlawal
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    Smile which is correct?

    None of the members is online or None of the members are online.

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    Cool Re: which is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by tosinlawal View Post
    None of the members is online or None of the members are online.
    The first one is fine in everyday language as well as in formal language; the other is fine in everyday language only.


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    Thumbs up Re: which is correct?

    That seems to make sense..thanks!!!

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    Re: which is correct?

    In case you want to get some more sophisticated ideas on the topic, see the thread below:
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...-define-s.html

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