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Indefinite pronouns refer to people, objects, or places that aren’t specified. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out subject-verb agreement when using these types of pronouns. Here’s a rule to help next time you’re using an indefinite pronoun. Here are a few examples using the simple present. 1) Nobody drinks tea in our department because they all like coffee better. 2) Someone needs to ask the teacher if there will be extra credit on the next exam. Study English Grammar, English Speaking Skills, English Writing Skills, English Language Learning, Education English, English Lessons, Teaching English, Learn English, Grammar Tips
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Indefinite pronouns refer to people, objects, or places that aren’t specified. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out subject-verb agreement when using these types of pronouns. Here’… 
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