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In special cases, can you use “one such family are” vs. “one such family is”?
[Singular] Is/Are [Plural]?

I often encounter sentences like

The best solution is / are implicit parameters.

Which form is correct in this case?

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marked as duplicate by Robusto, F'x, Alenanno, Kosmonaut May 21 '11 at 16:02

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@Alenanno: Thanks. You may close this as a duplicate. – FUZxxl May 21 '11 at 15:37

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