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Indefinite Pronouns

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Indefinite Pronouns

An indefinite pronoun is used to refer to unnamed, unspecific persons or things.

The term “indefinite” means “not definite,” missing specific details about people or things. 

Indefinite pronouns come in singular or plural form. 

Singular pronouns refer to one person or thing: each, everybody, something or anything. When the pronoun is singular, it is followed by a verb in singular form.

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Plural pronouns refer to persons or things: both, several, few, or many. Just like singular pronouns need a singular verb, the plural pronoun needs a plural verb.

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The last pronoun to cover in this chapter is an Interrogative Pronoun.

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