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Identifying Indefinite Pronoun Agreement #1

Identifying Indefinite Pronoun Agreement #1

Author: Janice Davis

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • identify if an indefinite pronoun and its antecedent and/or verb are in agreement.
  • make corrections in pronoun-antecedent and subject-verb disagreement.

A subject and verb should always agree.  When fighting occurs, the reader is the victim.  Don't make your reader a victim!

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Indefinite Pronoun Agreement #1

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Indefinite Pronoun Agreement

It's your chance to review these pesky indefinites once more. Then, add to your superpower knowledge by refining your tools for identifying the agreement among the pronoun and its antecedent.