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Re: It is you who are/is ...  •  August 4, 2010, 11:20pm  •  3 votes

An old but informative article on "clefts" (the linguistic term for this kind of sentence) is AKMAJIAN, ADRIAN. 1970. On deriving cleft sentences from pseudo-cleft sentences. Linguistic Inquiry 1.1