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
4.his or her
5.his or her
One person is very tall, but the other is very short. The big man is wearing a hat, a green jacket and yellow pants. The short man is wearing a blue hat, a white jacket and black pants. ----------------- Is the passage above grammatical?
One morning , Moe, Joe and Hani left home with each one wearing a hat and a coat belonging to one of the others. Joe was wearing Moe's coat and Hani's hat . WHOSE HAT AND COAT WERE MOE AND HANI WEARING?
In a scene of the play the director would like the furniture to be normal sized and the actors and actresses to look like giants! The art students are making giant heads and costumes for the actors. Maria needs help with the sizes …