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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122088: Agreement of pronouns and Antecedents
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    Agreement of pronouns and Antecedents


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    1. Each of these books had readers.

    2. Neither the truck driver nor the bus drivers gave tyres to him.

    3. When someone doesn't have an emergency number, needs for help may not be received on time.

    4. Somebody has left towel in the pool.

    5. Both my cousin and her father could have decided to sell books.

    6. To keep someone's health, a person needs to see doctor once a year.

    7. The woman is going to have own suggestions.

    8. Neither the students nor the professor was in room.

    9. Either Suzanne or her friends were ready to show new inventions.

    10. Either the friends or Suzanne was ready to show new invention.









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