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Why is the antecedent considered "class" in this phrase?
"The antecedent in the following sentence is class: Students in online classes have to be organized to keep up with their assignments."

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    The antecedent seems to be "students," not "class" or "classes." The pronoun "their" is referring to "students," isn't it?

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