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first question here. Hope I'm doing it right.
English is my native language, and the first option sounds correct to me. "Bitcoin is great, it's products like this which are driving innovation, etc." (just to give you an idea of the type of sentence I have at hand.
It's this seemingly contrasting singular / plural aspect that is making it extremely hard to explain why it is that I believe the first is correct.
The subject of my sentence is singular (in the example above it's Bitcoin), which is why I'm using the third person "it", and then "this".
I think it boils down to "products" throwing people off here. Long story short, am I right in using "it's products like this", or should I be saying "these", and presume that along with Bitcoin there are other - unspoken things that are part of this sentence?