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Pronoun-antecedent agreement with indefinite pronouns

16a. Anyone who requests a copy of the game may have it for their video library.

16b. Anyone who requests a copy of the game may have it for his or her video library.

My answer is 16b

  • eglish 16 -

    This is similar to 13 or 14, I don't remember which number, but the one with the presenters and the notes. So, I would suggest 16 a.

  • eglish 16 -

    The correct answer is b. The antecedent is ANYONE, so the pronoun must must also be singular.

  • eglish 16 -

    Sorry, I haven't done grammar in years! :)

  • eglish 16 -

    You've been doing pretty well, though, LC. :-)

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