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Although I found some similar questions on this site, my doubts remained. Any help is highly appreciated.


1. What makes what is taught in this site unique, are not the lessons in themselves, but ...

or

2. What makes what is taught in this site unique, is not the lessons in themselves, but ...

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but no comma before 'is'.

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What makes what is taught in this site unique, This just sounds like a singular reference to me.


It would make it easier to comment if you could supply the missing end of the sentence.

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anonymous... unique is not ...

As shown above.

CJ

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Hello, thanks for the answer. I'm slightly confused though.

You said the first one is correct (ARE), but then mentioned the comma in the second example?

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Sorry, I meant #2.

Thanks. Would you mind explaining why?

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Is What makes what is taught in this site unique a noun phrase?

anonymous

Is What makes what is taught in this site unique a noun phrase?

Yes.

CJ

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