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are / is ?

Hi all!

I'm currently writing a report and super unsure if I should use is/are:

The first aspect in the model are / is the basic conditions.

--> not sure if the verb relates to "the first aspect" or "the basic conditions"

Would be so cool if somebody could help :)

Have a nice day!


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