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Circle the correct form of the pronoun

1. Jane and Sarah said (she, they) were too tired to skate any longer.
Circle they
2. Either Bill or John will bring a sample of (his, their) own work. Circle their
3. Jane and Jill called (her, their) friend.
Circle their
4. Neither Mary nor Susan said (she, they) would be there.
Circle they
5. Every student wants to impress (his or her, their) professors.
Circle his or her
6. Either Jane or her friends will present (her, their) project.
Circle their

Please be so kind as to check the above sentences and let me know if the answers are correct

Thank you

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  1. 2, 4 are wrong.

    The rule is that if two singular subjects are joined by or or nor, the verb must also be singular.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. So then the answer for number two is as follows:

    2. Either Bill or John will bring a sample of (his, their) own work.
    Circle his

    4. Neither Mary nor Susan said (she, they) would be there.
    Circle the word she

    Please let me know if the two of the above are correct?

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  3. Yes, they are both right, now.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Thank you for checking these again.

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  5. You're welcome, Patrick.

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    Ms. Sue
  6. F hi j

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  7. Well,this is really easy when u work hard

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