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If you write a sentence with an unclear antecedent, it means you used
If you write a sentence with an unclear antecedent, it means you used a pronoun that could refer to more than one person, place, or thing.
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If you write a sentence with an unclear antecedent, it means you used a pronoun that could refer to more than one person, place, or thing.
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If you write a sentence with an unclear antecedent, it means you used a pronoun that could refer to more than one person, place, or thing.
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If you write a sentence with an unclear antecedent, it means you used a pronoun that could refer to more than one person,place or thing.

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When a sentence does not clearly identify which noun a subsequent pronoun refers to, the error is referred to as an unclear antecedent.

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