5th grade English

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He gave us thirty seconds to think about it. Is the word IT singular or a plural pronoun? I thought it was both...but could it actually be BOTH? because it doesn't give it antecedent.

  • 5th grade English -

    "it" is singular

    The plural is "they" or "them."

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