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1. "Yes, it sounds nice," smiled the first seed.

2. "Yes, it sounds nice," the first seed smiled.

3. "Yes, it sounds nice," smiled he.

4. "Yes, it sounds nice," he smiled.

(Which one is correct?)

  • English -

    They're all correct -- but # 3 isn't used.

  • English -

    No.4

  • English -

    Carol has a point.

    Seeds don't smile.

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    Seeds don't talk, either.

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