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Q: Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents.true of false?
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User: Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents.true of false?

Weegy: An Indefinite pronoun is a pronoun that does not refer to a specific person or thing.They often lack specific antecedents
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User: Parallel structure is distracting to the reader. is that true?

Weegy: Not that I am aware of. Why would you ask that? Did someone say that?
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User: can you list all indefinite pronouns?

Weegy: singular * another – Thanks, I'll have another. * anybody – Anybody can see the truth. * anyone – anyone can see this * anything – Anything can happen if you just believe * each – From each according to his ability, [ to each according to his need. * either – Either will do. * enough – Enough is enough. * everybody * everyone * everything * less – Less is known about this period of history. * little – Little is known about this period of history. * much – Much was discussed at the meeting. * neither – In the end, neither was selected. * no one * nobody * nothing * one – One might see it that way. * other – One was singing while the other played the piano. * plenty – Thanks, that's plenty. * somebody – Somebody has to take care of it. * someone – Someone should fix that. * something – Something makes me want to dance. * whatever – Whatever you like. * whoever – Whoever should want to look at it. * whichever – Whichever way, it wasn't going to end well. * you (in informal usage, in the sense of "one"[1]) – You can understand why. [edit] plural * both – Both are guilty. * few – Few were chosen. * fewer – Fewer are going to church these days. * many – Many were chosen. * others – Others can worry about that. * several – Several were chosen. * they (in informal usage, in the sense of "people in general") – They say that smoking is bad for you. [edit] Singular or plural * all – All is lost. * any – Any will do. * more – More is better. * most – Most would agree. * none – None of those people is my father. None of those people are related to me.[2] * some – Some of the cake has been eaten. Some of the biscuits have been eaten. * such – Such is life. Any other question? Please click "Good" if satisfied with the answer ]
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Asked 10/11/2010 1:47:48 PM
Updated 240 days ago|1/22/2017 1:59:39 PM
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Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents. TRUE.


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Parallel structure is distracting to the reader. FALSE.

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