Rules for pronouns and antecedent agreement - Coggle Diagram
Rules for pronouns and antecedent agreement
A group of words between the verb and the subject doesn't change the antecedent. :stuck_out_tongue:
doesn't knows that
has a birthday party.
Subjects joind by "and" (compound subject) use always plural pronouns. :<3:
are always in trouble, but
forever will scape.
The plural antecedent must agree with its plural prounoun. Is the same with the singular form. :smiley:
is easy, but
is not doing
Subjects joined by "or" and "nor" (compound subject) needs to agree to the closest pronoun to the antecedent. :star:
Example: Neither my cousings nor my uncles hates their house.
Collective nouns (such as team or jury) must agree in number with its antecedent depending on the way the sentence refers to. :pencil2:
Example: The group wasn't paying attention to me, but it was very good at what I was talking about.
The antecedent must agree with the gendere (masculine, femenine, neuter) and the person (first, second, third). :sunglasses:
sings like an angel, but
doesn't wants to do it in public.
"Every" and "many a" agrees witha a singular pronoun. :heart_eyes:
Example: Every boy needs a ball, so he can play all day.
Plural form subjects with singular meanings need to agree with a singular prounoun. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
is a little difficult, but
is great and I like