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They are;

1-) Who are kind are us(I think it is true)

2-) Who is kind is us(I think it is false because "us" treats as plural)

3-) Which cities make you happy are Istanbul, London, Italy.(I think that It is also true)

Thanks for your assistance, friends.

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First of all, you don't mean "true" and "false". These terms refer to the factual accuracy of a statement, not to its grammatical correctness. For example, "Paris is the capital of France" is true, while "Donald Trump is President of Lithuania" is false.

"Who is/are kind is/are us" is incorrect in any combination (except in an obscure archaic sense that we can ignore).

"Which cities make you happy are Istanbul, London, Italy" is also incorrect.

Generally speaking, this pattern of sentence construction will always be incorrect.

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Actually thanks a lot because you made me notice my important mistakes.

They must be like;

1-) The ones who are kind are us.

2-) The cities which make you happy are Italy, Istanbul ...

Right?

Jawel1-) The ones who are kind are us.
2-) The cities which make you happy are Italy, Istanbul ...

(2) is fine. (1) is also correct English, but the word order seems just a little awkward to me in this case.

Yeah I know. It could be "We are the ones who are kind" but I wanted to examine this situation. Thank you for everything.
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