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1. "Either you or I is/am/are is crazy."

2. "Either he or you are/is crazy."

Correct the above sentences, please.
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Either you are crazy or I am.
One of us is crazy.
Either he is crazy or you are.
One of you is crazy.
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tamguatlayIn a test, write:1. Either you or I am crazy.2. Either he or you are crazy.
Ugh!. If a test requires people to produce forms like that, I don't think much of the test.
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In a test, write:
1. Either you or I am crazy.
2. Either he or you are crazy.
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fivejedjon tamguatlayIn a test, write:1. Either you or I am crazy.2. Either he or you are crazy.Ugh!. If a test requires people to produce forms like that, I don't think much of the test.
I agree.

According to the Virtual Writing Tutor grammar checker, the correct form should be "Either you or I am crazy."

The reason given is as follows: The verb in an "or," "either/or," or "neither/nor" sentence agrees with the noun or pronoun closest to it.

I hope that helps.

Either you or I am crazy.

Either he or you are crazy

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Is it correct that either you or i am wrong

1.am

2. Are