Which form of the verb "to be" is correct in each of the following sentences or phrases? My best guess is listed for each case:
Neither one of them is/are...
I think it's IS because neither one is singular.
Why is/are her parents so cool?
I think this one is ARE since parents consists out of two people , making it plural.
Where are/is the rest of us?
IS maybe? Since rest is a single group even if it consists out of a couple people.
The scenes where he is/are in...
IS, because if you manipulate the question it would be asked as "He IS in a lot of scenes," and you can't say he "are" in a lot of scenes. Since he is one person and just happens to be in a lot of scenes.
The rest of us is/are outside.
The rest of us is outside...? OK, I'm not sure with this one.
Three is/are better than two.
Three is better than two.. You don't use are when you're using numbers or hours?