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Unformatted text preview: 12. B The antecedent driver requires the singular pronoun it. COM 150 13. B The antecedent presenters requires the plural pronoun their. 14. A The compound antecedent movie or video game requires the plural pronoun they. 15. A The compound antecedent mayor and council members requires the plural pronoun their. 16. B His or her agrees with its singular antecedent anyone. 17. A His or her agrees with its singular antecedent each. 18. B The comparison requires the subjective pronoun I. 19. B Requires subjective pronoun. 20. A Requires subjective pronoun I. 21. A Who is the subject of the sentence 22. B Whom is the object of the preposition To 23. A Who is the subject of the clause (who is a well-known singer and actor) 24. B The sentence states what it refers to. (The car made the noise) as it (the car) 25. B The pronoun makes the most sense COM 150...
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