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Singular vs. Plural Indefinite Pronouns

Singular vs. Plural Indefinite Pronouns

Author: Janice Davis
Description:

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

  • identify the singular vs. plural format of indefinite pronouns.
  • verify if an indefinite pronoun agrees with the antecedent and/or verb in number and case.

How do you know if the indefinites are singular or plural?  The first step is simply to memorize the chart of words.  But, the more exciting way to venture into this new knowledge is to explore writing with these words, analyzing text already written, and be the superhero you've always to be by blasting through this new information at record speed!

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