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Last reply by: Professor Hendershot
Wed Jul 10, 2013 7:33 PM

Post by jessica colindres on March 22, 2013

After watching several videos on educator.com, I am still confused about a question I came across. I was asked to find an error in the following sentence and I see two, went and one and you are not consistent.I am not sure if the rules change when saying something that was already said.

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The saying went like this, in order for one to get ahead, you must work hard


Pronoun Agreement and Reference

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
  • Kinds of Pronouns 0:47
    • List of Pronouns
    • Possessive Pronouns
    • Examples
  • Pronoun Agreement 2:21
    • Antecedent
    • Examples
  • Pronoun Agreement Practice 3:15
  • Pronoun Agreement Answers 3:33
  • Pronoun Agreement Practice 2 4:05
  • Pronoun Agreement Answers 2 4:32
  • Compound Antecedents 5:20
    • Examples
    • Compound Antecedent Connected by And
    • Examples
    • Compound Antecedent Connected by Or or Nor and Both Are Singular
    • Examples
    • Female and Male Antecedent
    • Compound Antecedent is Connected by Or or Nor
    • Examples
  • Pronoun Agreement 8:39
    • Examples
  • Collective and Other Singular Nouns 9:43
    • Definition
    • Examples
  • Collective and Other Singular Nouns Practice 11:04
  • Collective and Other Singular Nouns Answers 11:22
  • Indefinite Pronouns 11:47
    • List of Indefinite Pronouns
    • Cannot Pick a Pronoun Unless You Know It's the Same Gender
  • Generic Nouns 13:03
    • Incorrect
    • Correct
  • Use the Right Pronoun Practice 14:02
  • Use the Right Pronoun Answers 14:24
  • Unclear References 15:19
    • Ambiguous References
    • How to Fix It
    • Vague References
    • How to Fix It
    • Overly Broad References
    • How to Fix It
  • Use the Right Pronoun Practice 2 17:22
  • Use the Right Pronoun Answers 2 17:48