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I am a Computer engineer, passionate to learn English. Believe in philosophy that learning is a continual process through out the life.


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accepted “Are” Vs “Is” in the following sentences
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comment “Are” Vs “Is” in the following sentences
@AndrewLeach: So in the second question both are and is is acceptable?
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comment “Are” Vs “Is” in the following sentences
I've seen people using are in the first sentence. This is referring to the number (ie as a concept of the numeric system), but there are two of these numbers under discussion, so are is the only correct option.
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comment When should a verb be followed by a gerund instead of an infinitive?
@vonc: What about the verb Confident?