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Still about plural: both A ad B...

I want write a sentence, primarily, I wrote it as:

There are three spaces... Both a model and the object it modeled *are* some of entities in certain spaces.

but yet, I think may be it's better (correct?) as this:

There are three spaces... Both a model and the object it modeled *is* some of entity in a certain space.

I'm not soure whith one is correct? or how to write it appropriately?

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sorry, many mistakes :-p
- both A and B
- I want to write
- I'm not sure which one is correct?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Two things represent the subject, so use the plural form "are". I can't see how "is" could possibly be correct in your example.

    Apart from that, your sentence is still difficult to understand. What exactly do you mean?

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