I hope you do not find this question too silly, but I'm puzzled.
"What I love the most is animals" sounds perfectly okay to me. But so does "Animals are what I love the most."
Anything to say on subject-verb agreement? Does word order make a difference in syntax here?
I know similar issues have been discussed already. From what I read, confusion about the first sentence may arise from the number of the "wh-clause." But how about "Animals are/is what I love the most"? Does this choice have to do with a subjective perception of the subject as singular or plural?
The way I understand it, the subject and subjective complement are interchangeable. Then, should the copular verb change or not?