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Accoding to Manhattan SC book, there are 5 indefinite pronouns called SANAM- Some, Any, None, All, Most. For these you have to look at the object of the "of" construction to determine the number of the subject
For eg in our case none of them, since them is plural should have a plurar verb 'are.
(A) But the streaks do not have the character of the canals, they are not in the position of the canals, and none of them is large enough individually to be seen from Earth in the first place.
(B) But the streaks do not have the character of the canals, they are not in the position of the canals, and none of them are large enough individually to be seen from Earth in the first place.
Which one is correct and WHY?
"None" can be used as singular or plural. If there is something explicit in the statement which decides the number in the statement then the verb depends on the number.
For example :Indivually decides the vernb and hence is is necessary.
Example:None of the document is clear.
-In this example document is singular and hence singular verb "is " is required.
Example:None of the documents are clear.
-In this example documents is plural and hence singular verb "are " is required.
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