paul ezethe second is correct. Reason? Reference is being made to more than one person (none of you could mean none out of two or more persons). So in line with grammatical subject verb agreement the plural subject has to go with plural verb.
If the statement had clearly indicated that one person was being referred to the verb ''Ã§laims'' would have been chosen. Clear? 0009 November 2010
pauleta paulthe first is right, because none is singular and so a singular word should follow suit (claims) 0024 November 2010
quajowuzu aezeekpauleta is right because ''none of you'' is singular and by the rule of grammar, it has to follow a singular verb.Therefore,the first one is correct. 0015 January 2011