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The word 'many' is a noun, a pronoun, and an adjective.The noun 'many' is preceded by the article 'the' as a word for 'the majority of people'.The pronoun 'many' is an indefinite pronoun, a word that takes the place of an unknown number or quantity.The adjective 'many' is a word placed before a noun to describe that noun as in a large number or quantity.Examples:Network programming is designed to appeal to the many. (noun)There were so many to choose from. (pronoun)Many people supported the proposal. (adjective)
Between the two of us we have enough money to choose among the better restaurants to have dinner.
Normally, you do not choose them: you calculate them.
it is magical!!!
There is only 1 syllable in "choose."
Using inclusive pronouns can help make a sentence gender-neutral.
The choice of pronoun is governed by the rules of grammar. If you learn English, you will be able to choose the right pronoun.
Spotless could replace impeccable in that sentence.
The correct pronoun is "I", the subjective, first person singular personal pronoun.The noun phrase "My brother and I" is the compound subject of the sentence.
Robin and Paul will drive what car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up.The pronoun that will replace the word 'what' is a possessive adjective, a word placed before a noun (car) to describe that noun as belonging to the antecedent(s).The difficulty in choosing the correct pronoun is that we don't know if the car is jointly owned by Robin and Paul. In that case, the correct possessive adjective is:Robin and Paul will drive their car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up.We don't know if it's owned by Robin or Paul. If Robin and Paul are both males, the singular, possessive adjective will create a 'vague pronoun-antecedent reference'.Robin and Paul will drive his car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up.To correct the vague pronoun-antecedent reference, the sentence will need rewording using a possessive noun: Robin and Paul will drive Robin's car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up. (or 'will drive in Paul's car)The last option is that Robin is a female and Paul is a male. This will make the pronoun choice a little simpler:Robin and Paul will drive her car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up.Robin and Paul will drive his car to the airport and leave it for you to pick up.
.Using an inclusive pronoun does not exclude either gender.
The easiest way to answer is by example:Wrong: The book it was red. (choose the noun OR the pronoun) Wrong: Mary she was tall. (choose the noun OR the pronoun)
The CD player lost its cord.The pronoun its is a possessive adjective, placed before a noun to describe that noun as belonging to something (the CD player).
Neither Patrick nor Jamal remembered to bring hishomework.
The word choose is an irregular verb. The past tense is chose.
yesEx:Whom shall we choose to go to my birthday party this year?