One Of Which Is Or Are

One Of Which Is Or Are. With one or more is / are, the first thing to consider is whether 'one or more' is a unit or analysable. A (limited) number of is a phrasal quantifier, like a few.

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“that.” “that have made a mark in my life.” and in a sentence like this, you don’t ignore the prepositional phrase because as garner’s modern english usage puts it, “that” is the subject of the relative clause, and it takes its number from the. None of us is interested in watching this movie. One of them knows / know the answer.

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People is a plural word and therefore you would say 'people are coming'. The confusion arises because of the proximity of dishes (in the plural form) with the verb. With one or more is / are, the first thing to consider is whether 'one or more' is a unit or analysable. Well, there is actually some debate about this question.