In this pronoun-precursor quiz, you are tested on a few types of words that English learners find very difficult and with which they often make mistakes. Here are a few words: some (like all, most, many and none) can be singular or plural, depending on the noun in the prepositional sentence (of children). In this case, the children are plural, so the pronoun is plural. It is also the possessive pronoun, that is, the mothers of the children. No one can be singular or plural, depending on the name of the prepositional sentence (the pilot). Since it is plural (driver), the pronoun is plural (possessive). Everyone is the precursor, and it`s always singular, so it takes a singular pronoun. We use her or her as male or female is not specified. The precursor is neither (not a boy), and no one is always singular, so he has a singular pronoun. We hope this book will help you develop your own skills. Faculty members are available for assistance during open lab hours.
For more information, visit the Writing Lab website. This online book is intended to help students learn the skills they need to go down well in university courses. Some courses focus on writing, some on reading and others on a combination of the two; This book has been designed to work with all these classes. The computers in the writing lab performed English and COMPASS reading tests. If you have a question about writing style, visit the Writing Lab at the Liberal Arts Building, Room 315. The first is the subject and is singular. And it`s in relation to a man (uncle), so it`s being. In addition, the writing lab has software that helps students prepare for the development and development English graduation exams. The writing lab also has a large number of software programs, including:. . .