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A pronoun is a word that is used instead of a noun or noun phrase.

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We don't use plural pronouns for mass nouns. Furniture is treated as a mass (or uncount or noncount) noun. See Cambridge. This might seem counter-intuitive since most people can count individual …
answered Oct 19 '17 by AmE speaker
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both are dirty. Yes, it might "make sense" to say Take it away and have it refer to the pair of dirty shoes, but that's not how native speakers normally use and match the pronouns with the nouns in this context. …
answered Nov 29 '17 by AmE speaker