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1. Tim likes fish, but Susan doesn't like it.

2. Tim likes fish, but Susan doesn't like them.


Which pronoun do I have to use?
I think 'fish' is used as a plural noun?

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    Yes, "fish" can be either singular or plural, depending on how it's used in a sentence.

    I'd use the first sentence you wrote; in fact, I'd probably say, "Tim likes fish, but Susan doesn't."

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