Basic principle: A pronoun usually refers to a little earlier in the text (its predecessor) and must correspond in singular/plural number to the thing to which it relates. In the sentence above, everyone designates the voters. Voters can be counted (1 voter, 2 voters, etc.). Therefore, the plural pronoun is the right speaker for everyone. For compound subjects related to or/nor, the speaker pronoun is closer to the pronoun. A pronoun agrees with its personal pronoun. First of all, if we refer to the group as a whole, then we consider the Nostunon as a singular. In this case, we use a singular reference pronoun. We use the words pronouns to refer to other words (which are always nouns) or replace them, which we call their precursors or their speakers – the terms are interchangeable. The link between the pronoun and its predecessor or speaker must always be clear to avoid confusion: pronouns must agree with their predecessors, personally, in number and according to gender. Rewrite the following sentence in the provided space, first replace the subject-name Laura with a topic pronosus; then replace the name of the Amy object with an object pronoun. We must replace the subject-name of John singular, masculine, with the pronoun of the male and singular subject, Him. We can replace the unique female object name, female, with a single female object pronoun.
Ex false: Psychologists should carefully check patient records before making a diagnosis. (The pronouns that she and you both refer to psychologists whose name is referred to, which requires them to be two third pronouns.) In the examples above, C and D are the most difficult, because precursors have both a singular noun and a plural noun. Think of these two guidelines . . . . A precursor is a word that represents a prognostic. b) A female pronoun must replace a female name. The first pronouns are me, me, my, me, us, us, us, us and ourselves. Authors who use the first person obviously refer to themselves. The finger points to the scribe. Ex redesigned: Psychologists must carefully check medical records before making a diagnosis.
(This type of displacement is the most common problem that authors have when it comes to reconciling pronouns personally with their ancestors.) The second person pronouns are them, you and yourself. Writers who use a second person speak directly to a reader. The pronoun refers directly to the reader. The finger points to the reader. 2. If two or more nov-pre-precursors of or are connected, select a pronoun reference to agree with the previous CLOSEST TO THE VERB. Below are personal pronouns. They are cited personally because they usually relate to people (except for things). Example #2 (singular precursors closer to the pronoun): 1. Unspecified pronouns under ALWAYS take a singular reference pronoun. Look at them carefully. It might be useful to compare the shapes of which with the forms of the pronouns him and the.
Their shapes are similar: C. A singular, followed by a plural precursor 3. Nomen plural group means that two or more groups take reference plural pronouns. 1. Group substitutions, which are considered individual units, take individual reference pronouns. Marble can be counted; Therefore, the sentence has a pluralistic reference pronoun.