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Each and every are indefinite pronouns. True False
The answer is false; every is not an indefinite pronoun.
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User: Each and every are indefinite pronouns. True False

Weegy: The answer is false; every is not an indefinite pronoun.
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User: Match each term to its definition. 1. pronoun with no specific antecedent appositive 2. determined by function elliptical clause 3. consistency between subject and verb or pronoun and antecedent indefinite pronoun 4. subject case dangling construction 5. clarifies or renames preceding noun case 6. clause with implied subject or verb demonstrative pronoun 7. adjective phrase without word to modify agreement 8. points out which one reciprocal pronoun 9. two-word pronoun nominative

Weegy: please reconstruct your question/choices. thank you
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User: Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents. True False

Weegy: True - indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents.
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User: The pronoun whom is used as an object. True False

User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. Greta, Bob, him, and me went to summer school. he, and me him, and I he, and I correct as is

User: The sentence Joe said before breakfast that he would play tennis is an example of _____. misplaced adverb phrase parallel structure dangling participle none of these

Weegy: The sentence is an misplaced adverb phrase. It should read "Joe said that he would play tennis before breakfast."
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User: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Neither of we students was going to the library. agreement case reference

User: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Neither of we students was going to the library. possible errors: agreement case reference

Weegy: Neither of we students was going to the library. The error is AGREEMENT.
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