I just came across this paragraph:

There is so many incredible women that nobody can agree on which one are the best ones. Just for your pleasure and to make everyone happy we have agreed on a list of the 23 most beautiful women.

Why did the write use "is" and not "are"? the word women is a plural word.

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It is a mistake, and it is not the only mistake. It should read which ones are the best ones. There should also be commas surrounding the clause and to make everyone happy.

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