Pronoun1 - Indefinite Pronoun Reference In each of the...

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Indefinite Pronoun Reference In each of the following pairs, one sentence is correct, but the other contains at least one reference word that is poorly used. Circle the letter of the correct sentence. In the other sentence, underline the pronoun or pronouns that have vague or incorrect reference. 1. A . Our neighbor has mowed the tall grass in front of his house, and the lawn now looks much better. B. Our neighbor has mowed the tall grass in front of his house, and it now looks much better. 2. A . The teacher directed every student to open their books. B . The teacher directed all the students to open their books. 3. A . Rob told his son that he needs to lose weight and exercise more. B . Rob told his son, "You need to lose weight and exercise more." 4. A . According to The Philadelphia Inquirer , a new hurricane is gaining strength. B. It said in The Philadelphia Inquirer that they have a new hurricane gaining strength. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Buchholtz during the Spring '08 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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