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For questions about using "they", "their", "them", etc. as singular pronouns.

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Use-mention distinction This is an example of the use-mention distinction. In the sentence "Who is they [sic].", "they" isn't being used as a pronoun, but instead is being used a word. That is, it's …
answered Jan 13 '17 by R.M.