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    The new line of clothing is/are displayed in front of the store.

    Please give suggestion whether is or are should be used in this sentence.

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    Re: confusion

    "The new line is...."
    And "clothing," by the way, is a non-count noun. It always takes the third singular: "the clothing is...", "the clothing costs...." , etc.

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