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Using is"is" versus are"are" in a relative clause

I have run into a small question that I would like to check. When referring to one person out of a group, would one use is"is" or are"are"?

For example, I know you are one of the members that (is/are) running things.:

  1. I know you are one of the members that is running things.

  2. I know you are one of the members that are running things.

For onesingular "one" it should be is"is", but for membersplural "members" it should be are"are". I'm hitting a mental block here and I'm uncertain, so any clarification would be greatly appreciated.

Using is versus are

I have run into a small question that I would like to check. When referring to one person out of a group would one use is or are?

For example, I know you are one of the members that (is/are) running things.

For one it should be is, but for members it should be are. I'm hitting a mental block here and I'm uncertain, so any clarification would be greatly appreciated.

Using "is" versus "are" in a relative clause

I have run into a small question that I would like to check. When referring to one person out of a group, would one use "is" or "are"?

For example:

  1. I know you are one of the members that is running things.

  2. I know you are one of the members that are running things.

For singular "one" it should be "is", but for plural "members" it should be "are". I'm hitting a mental block here and I'm uncertain, so any clarification would be greatly appreciated.

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Using is versus are

I have run into a small question that I would like to check. When referring to one person out of a group would one use is or are?

For example, I know you are one of the members that (is/are) running things.

For one it should be is, but for members it should be are. I'm hitting a mental block here and I'm uncertain, so any clarification would be greatly appreciated.