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comment “What I'm looking for is/are [plural noun]”
@EdwinAshworth Thanks. So, is the first version (what...is) correct, because of the subject being "what" instead of "methods"? The Q&A you've linked seems to says so.
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comment Does “be lost in something” have a positive or negative meaning?
Thank you for the quick and helpful reply.
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comment Does “be lost in something” have a positive or negative meaning?
Curiously no, there isn't. :) Really, it's just this single sentence I was asked to translate.
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