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Everyone brought his own book to read and food to eat. Identify a personal pronoun: everyonehisown Identify the antecedent of the pronoun: everyonehisbookread What type of pronoun is the
antecedent? personaldemonstrativeindefinite Give an example of parallel structure: everyone...hiseveryone brought...to readbook to read...food to eathis own book...to readenough
Everyone brought his own book to read and food to eat. Personal pronoun: his, antecedent of the pronoun: everyone. Type of pronoun the antecedent is: indefinite pronoun. Example of parallel structure: book to read...food to eat.
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