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For questions about pronouns that refer to a specific person or thing, like 'he', 'she', 'it', or 'they'.

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When determining the antecedent of a pronoun, the most recent noun should be examined first, and then you work your way backwards. In the sentence above, there are three nouns. Working backwards, th …
answered Sep 10 '13 by Affable Geek