Oct 092021

When used in the plural, a group noun means more than one group. Of course, you need a plural pronoun of reference. Remember that if we link a pronoun to something else, we don`t want to change the shape. If you follow this rule carefully, something often happens that “doesn`t sound good.” You would write, “This money is for me,” so if someone else is involved, don`t write, “This money is for Fred and me.” Try: rewrite the following sentence in the space provided for this purpose and first replace the subject Laura with a subject pronoun; So replace the object subname Amy with an object pronoun. You may remember that pronouns replace nouns or phrases. Look at this little story: 3. However, the following antecedents of indeterminate pronouns can be either singular or plural, depending on how they are used in a sentence. First of all, we will write a very short story (1-2 paragraphs) without pronouns. You can invent the situation yourself or use one of the following queries. The main thing is not to use pronouns – only nouns (like the story of the box: “The box was at our door, so I put the box in it. The box was surprisingly light. I opened the box and discovered that the box contained only polystyrene that contained peanuts.┬áNote: You can use the pronoun “I” if you wish.) Words like everything and no one are singular and ask for singular pronouns. Here are a few words that fall into this category: The pronoun refers to President Lincoln.

President Lincoln is the ANTECEDENT for the pronoun. There are the staff pronouns below. They are quoted personally because they normally refer to people (except for things). If the two noun antecedents are connected by and in the plural, then the reference pronoun is also plural. 2. The pronoun replacing the noun shall conform to the following: (b) A feminine pronoun shall replace a feminine noun. In the English language, verbs usually come by subject. But if this order is reversed, the author must match the verb to the subject, not to a subject that precedes it by chance.

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