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1.Everyone is wearing (his or her, their) costume tonight.
2.Neither of the actresses wore (her, their) hat.
3.Did anyone forget to bring (his or her, their) notes.
3.I don't know if either of the girls will sing (her, their) lines tonight.
4.Somebody left (his or her, their) uniform behind stage.
5.Everyone sold (his or her, their) tickets last week.

1.his or her
2.her
3.her
4.his or her
5.his or her

  • English -

    All are correct -- except you have two different sentences for # 3.

  • English -

    Oops I guess I numbered them wrong.

    1.his or her
    2.her
    3.his or her
    3.her
    4.his or her
    5.his or her

  • English -

    Right. Thanks for clarifying.

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    Thank you.

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