Example #2 (singular precursors closer to the Pronoun): here are nine contractual rules pronounced. These rules refer to the rules found in the verb-subject agreement. A word may refer to an earlier nov or pronoun in the sentence. Rule: a singular pronoun must replace a single nominz; a plural pronoun must replace a plural noun. A precursor is a word that represents a prognostic. (ante – “before”) The pronoun must agree with its predecessor. Rule: a singular pronoun must replace a single nominz; a plural pronoun must replace a plural noun. Marble can be counted; Therefore, the sentence has a pluralistic reference pronoun. Candice was nervous about getting her hair cut so short after wearing it for so many years. This uses “he” reference to the precursor, “hair” The pronoun refers to President Lincoln. President Lincoln is the ANTECEDENT for the pronoun. Note: The example #1, with the plural pronoun closer to the pronoun, creates a smoother game as an example #2 that forces the use of the singular “to be or use it”. We don`t talk and we don`t write like that.
Noun Lincoln`s is automatically replaced with a pronoun. Of course, in this example, we say that the jury acts as a unit; The reference pronoun is therefore singular. EITHER SINGULAR OR PLURIEL: some, none, none, all, most 8. Each or many a before a name or a number of subtantives requires a singular speaker. . 3. Compound themes that are linked by and always to a plural reference. 5. Collective nouns (group, jury, crowd, team, etc.) can be singular or plural depending on their importance. .
6. Title of individual units. (Books, organizations, countries, etc.) Take a singular speaker. . 7. Subjects of plural form with a singular meaning take on a singular object of reference. (News, measles, mumps, physics, etc.) Here`s what the mechanics of the sentence above look like.