1. If two or more noun singular precursors are joined by and joined, they form a plural precursor. (1 + 1 = 2) If one of these indeterminate pronouns is used to refer to something that can be counted, then the pronoun is usually plural. C. A singular precursor followed by a plural precursor A relative pronoun is a pronoun that refers to a noun that precedes it in the sentence. This name is called precursor. 2. The following indeterminate pronouns ALWAYS adopt plural pronoun references. In the following examples, C and D are the most difficult, as precursors have both a singular character and a plural vocabulary. Think of these two guidelines… A personnel pronoun must also personally match its predecessor.
Pronouns one, each, everyone are third-person pronouns. They should be, be, him or her, them, them, follow theirs. Whether the precursors are connected by or not, the pronoun corresponds to the precursor closest to it: a pronoun is a word used to represent a noun (or to substitute for it). Rule: a singular pronoun must replace a singular noun; a plural pronoun must replace a plural noun. Rewrite the following sentence in the space provided and first replace the subject Laura with a subject pronoun; then replace the object subname Amy with an object pronoun. . . .