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Indefinite Pronouns

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Amelia Wootton

on 5 June 2013

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Transcript of Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite Pronouns Subject-Verb Agreement Indefinite Pronouns Expresses an amount or refers to an unspecified
person or thing. Singular Indefinite Pronouns - each
- either
- somebody
- nothing Plural Indefinite Pronouns - every
- the majority Example: each or every *These pronouns always
require a singular verb. * These pronouns always require plural verbs. Singular or Plural Indefinite Pronouns - all
- any
- some
- most * These pronouns require either a singular or plural verb depending on the context. Video Examples! Ex: Either dog is healthy enough to go for a walk. Ex: The majority of the people complete their questionnaire in less than five minutes. Plural Example: All of the buildings are vacant on the holiday. Singular Example: All of the money raised is donated to the animal shelter. By: Madison Schettler, Sonia Mason,
Stephanie Polistena, and Amelia Wootton Quiz!
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