the be of verb
where is, are the koala from? (which be of verb is correct to use in this sentence?)
Since you've written a koala as singular, you should use a singular verb, 'is'.
This is awkward, though, and I would change it to koalas. This ends the sentence with a preposition, but changing the sentence around makes it more awkward.
Where are koalas from?
Where is the koala from?
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