one of the two which <has><have> oxygen

xPale

New Member
Italian
Hi, I've this sentence and I'm not sure about the verb.

Should it be:

"Kerbin is one of the two celestial objects which have oxygen"

or

"Kerbin is one of the two celestial objects which has oxygen"?

Thanks a lot!
 
  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    What does it mean?

    Kerbin is the only one of two [particular] celestial objects that has oxygen
    Kerbin is one of the only two celestial objects that have oxygen
     
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