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What is a pronoun shift? Select the two correct answers.
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What is a pronoun shift? Select the two correct answers.(1 point)

It is an error made when a third person pronoun is used in a speech.

It is an error made when editing a text or speech.

It is an error made when a writer changes the person of the pronoun.

It is an error made when a word takes the place of a noun in a sentence.

It is an error made when the pronoun doesn't match the antecedent's number.

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  1. “Shift” means “change.” So ... ?

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  2. This was weard

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  3. whats the answer

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  4. The answer is b and c; It is an error made when a writer changes the person of the pronoun, and It is an error made when the pronoun doesn't match the antecedent's number.
    Still need to submit assesment so will let you know if it is right.

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  5. Got 100%. b and c is the right answer.

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  6. noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooot hellllpiiiinggg

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  7. It is an error made when the pronoun doesn't match the antecedent's number.
    It is an error made when a writer changes the person of the pronoun.

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