With the singular pronoun, she agrees with Clara. It is not natural for a native speaker to say this: the answer decision « the person who has changed the world the most through his charitable actions or his scientific discoveries » is correct, because it is the only choice of answer that the « who » and the singular pronoun correctly use « his » to match the prounvore of the individual noun. As this group of indefinable pronouns is unique, your choice of a singular pronoun may have led some to think you are sexist. If you say, for example, when people speak, logic wins, so you will hear plural pronouns with those words. But when they write, words are like everyone else, someone and nothing unique and require a singular pronoun for consent. The use of « your » at the end of the sentence is confusing, because the only indication in the sentence is « one person » and the second pronoun of the person has no place in the sentence. Changing « your » to a third pronoun of the possessive person will solve this problem. Since we do not know if the « person » in question is a man or a woman, we should use the phrase « his or her. » The correct answer is therefore « for the rest of his life. » A pronoun reference error is common when students write about several different people or things and then use a pronoun later like them, but the public has no idea what they are referring to. The pronoun « he » should be plural, since its predecessor is the plural subject « Resources ». » Only two decisions change « it » correctly into « them, » but one of them, « because they depend on the reduction of foreign oil, » confuses cause and effect. Resources do not depend on the reduction of foreign oil. The correct answer is: « You can reduce our dependence on foreign oil. » Marble can be counted; Therefore, the sentence has a pluralistic reference pronoun.
While the pronouns they were historically only plural, it is grammatically acceptable to use them as singular pronouns. They should always be used when they relate to more than one person. They can also be used as a single pronode depending on sex if they refer to a person, if the sex is unknown, or if you know that the person prefers them as their personal pronoun. For example, one solution is to include both sexes with constructs like him or her, her or him, his or her or yours. While these constructs are grammatically correct, they are also clumsy and can interpret the flow of words in a sentence or paragraph. Another solution is to omit the pronoun. Watch: The pronoun he gives to President Lincoln. President Lincoln is the ANTECEDENT for the pronoun. Team footballers (or athletes or teammates) earned $5,000 for their trip.