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Anyone can bring their books and study in the gym. error: error in caseerror in referenceerror in agreement
There is an error in agreement. "Anyone" is singular but "their" is plural.
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User: Anyone can bring their books and study in the gym.

User: Anyone can bring their books and study in the gym. error: error in caseerror in referenceerror in agreement

Weegy: There is an error in agreement. "Anyone" is singular but "their" is plural.
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