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Peace be upon you ..



I came across this sentence and I tried to work it out but I badly

failed ..

The sentence is : -



** " I'm the only who ( has - have ) the right to do this job " , said the manager .

Is it ( has ) due to the single word that comes after ??



or ( have ) due to the subject pronoun ( I ) at the beginning ?



Thanks alot and I'm waiting ..

Hani

Egypt ..

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Are you sure it wasn't "I am the only one who has..."?

Then "the one" (third person singular) who has..." would be correct.
The_Ancestral_EaglePeace be upon you ..



I came across this sentence and I tried to work it out but I badly

failed ..

The sentence is : -



** " I'm the only who ( has - have ) the right to do this job " , said the manager .

Is it ( has ) due to the single word that comes after ??



or ( have ) due to the subject pronoun ( I ) at the beginning ?



Thanks alot and I'm waiting ..

Hani

Egypt ..



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And "the only one".
Yes milky>>

I don't know how I missed that !!



There is the word ( one ) >>



Thanks for this note !
I think it is HAS itself
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** " I'm the only who ( has - have ) the right to do this job " , said the manager .

Without having "one" or "person" or similar, this does not make sense.

"I'm the only person who has the right to do this job"

"I'm the only one who has the right to do this job"

You cannot say "I'm the only who has the right to do this job". Only what? Elephant?

You could say "I'm the one who has the right to do this job". But not "I'm the only who has the right to do this job"

Nor can you say "I'm the only who have the right to do this job". That is wrong.
Who has the right to do the jod?

I have the right to do the job.

Who or what is the subject of the sentence?

If you can find the subject of the sentence, then you should be able to find the correct verb form.

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