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Talking about the qualifications and experience on my resume. I say:

Most if it are real. Or

Most if it is real.

Can both be used? Which one is the correct answer if it is said.

Thank you.
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I'll go with most if it is real because it makes sence and the other one doesn't.
The pronoun it can’t take a plural verb, so use is.
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Aspara GusThe pronoun it can’t take a plural verb, so use is.
But I'm talking about a lot of experience and qualifications, so shouldn't it be plural anyway, because it's more than one.
PreciousJonesso shouldn't it be plural anyway,
No, that would be incorrect grammar. Most of it refers to all of the qualifications and experience listed on your resume. If you’re thinking about them as individual items rather than a whole, then Most of them are real should do the trick.
Most of them are real.
Most of it is real.
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AlpheccaStarsMost of them are real.Most of it is real.
At least I'm being honest. There are lots of resumes that are just stacked with false qualifications.
PreciousJonesCan both be used?
I think you meant 'of', not 'if'.

No. Make the agreement with the word after 'of' when using the expression "most of".

Most of it is real.
Most of them are real.

CJ
Hi,

If I read that most of your qualifications are real, I will immediately wonder which of them are fake.
And toss your application in the garbage.Emotion: crying

Clive
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