Wk5DQ2 - pronouns can introduce new problems; you can...

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The original sentence in chapter 27 reads: Tessa let me borrow Tessa’s her jacket. I changed it to: I borrowed Tessa’s jacket. The three basic types of pronouns mentioned on pages 495 and 496 are subject pronouns, object pronouns, and possessive pronouns. Using pronouns may help my writing be more effective, by allowing my readers to be able to understand the connections between my ideas. Pronouns take the place of nouns. Using pronouns will make my writing more efficient by avoiding the repetition of using the same nouns. Also,
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Unformatted text preview: pronouns can introduce new problems; you can understand how some pronouns change form when their role in a sentence changes. You always need to make sure your pronouns agree with they are referring to. Another thing you need to remember a pronoun must match the noun or pronoun it refers to in number. It is either singular or plural. If it is singular it has to match its noun or pronoun in gender....
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