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Indefinite Pronouns!

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Erin Macmillan

on 13 July 2014

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Transcript of Indefinite Pronouns!

Indefinite Pronouns
An Indefinite Pronoun
does not refer to a particular person, place, or thing.
Singular Indefinite Pronouns:
Plural Indefinite Pronouns:
Singular OR Plural
Indefinite Pronouns:
Indefinite Pronouns
Indefinite Pronouns can be
singular
,
plural
, or both
singular and plural
.
Some
indefinite pronouns
can be
singular
or
plural
, depending on the
phrase
that follows the pronoun.
Possessive pronouns
and
indefinite pronouns
must agree
in
number
and
gender.
To indefinites... and
beyond!

Practice time!
Yeah, buddy!
Which sentence is correct?
Everyone
should do what they can to help.
OR
Everyone

should do what he or she can to help.
Someone
left his or her backpack in the library.
OR
Someone
left their backpack in the library.
Several
books have lost its covers.
OR
Several
books have lost their covers.
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