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Lesson 1: Pronoun - 1
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Ambiguous Antecedent

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Himanshu Das
Senior Business Advisor, Dell. Follow me for lessons and courses on VARC for CAT and OMETs. Concepts without Practise amount to nothing!

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Thank You , It was really useful
sir kinldy make lectures on advance grammer on other topics also like noun, adjective, adverb etc. Your these classes are just awsome. Thanks
Himanshu Das
a year ago
Please refer to the course on modifiers. It deals with adjectives, adverbs etc in a detailed way.
ok sir
  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 1- Pronoun 1


  2. About Me . B. . from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. Pronoun Pronouns are words that replace a noun. The noun replaced is called "antecedent". Example- Kohli is the best batsman in the world and while he comes from Delhi his team in the IPL is RCB


  4. 3 kinds of Errors Pronoun- Antecedent agreement e Missing antecedent e Illogical/ confusing antecedent


  5. Confusing antecedent 1. Ram visited Shyam when he was in Delhi. The student bumped into the dean while he was having lunch in the caf . 3. Pull the charger out of the phone and give it to me.


  6. Confusing antecedent 1. Ram visited Shvam when he was in Delhi 2. The student bumped into the dean while he was having lunch in the caf . 3. Pull the charger out of the phone and give it to me.


  7. Confusing antecedent 1. Ram visited Shyam when Ram was in Delhi. 2. The student bumped into the dean while the dean was having lunch in the caf . 3. Pull the charger out of the phone and give the phone to me.


  8. Confusing antecedent 1. Ram visited Shyam when Ram was in Delhi. 2. The student bumped into the dean while the dean was having lunch in the caf . 3. Pull the charger out of the phone and give the phone to me.


  9. Confusing antecedent 1. Mr Sharma visited Ms Rai when she was in Delhi. 2. Ram was writing with his favorite pen when its nib broke.


  10. Confusing antecedent 1. Mr. Sharma visited Mrs. Rai when she was in Delhi. 2. Ram was writing with his favorite pen when its nib broke.


  11. Confusing antecedent Takeaway- e "A pronoun must unambiguously refer to one and only one antecedent and this correlation must make logical sense."