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English Language: Everybody knows _____ name a) their b) his/her?

Posted: 03-Feb-2015 [20:26:03] by Soomto

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Chiedu7 answer;
his /her
06-Feb-2015 11:32:30 ·
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Paxmusica answer;
(B) his/her
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05-Feb-2015 12:21:57 ·
nedson202 answer;
his or her
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05-Feb-2015 13:42:05 ·
pelumi65 answer;
his/her
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05-Feb-2015 17:55:51 ·
Marybimzy answer;
B
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05-Feb-2015 18:08:01 ·
remilekun tayo; b
hi babe
14-Sep-2015 10:21:39 ·
Climax123 answer;
The ans is his/her (B). But sorry poster it should be "Know" and not KNOWS, since you are using a plural name. 'everybody'.
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05-Feb-2015 18:34:12 ·
Soomto; Everybody, a.k.a everyone, is singular.
05-Feb-2015 20:22:44 ·
Climax123; Never. Everybody is in all way different from everyone. Everyone means 'each of them', while 'Everybody means all of us'
05-Feb-2015 21:10:16 ·
Soomto; Educate yourself http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/everybody-or-everyone
05-Feb-2015 22:22:21 ·
Climax123; Kudos to you man.
07-Feb-2015 17:22:47 ·
Soomto; Cheers.
07-Feb-2015 17:35:28 ·
johnson olabode answer;
50N
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05-Feb-2015 19:55:09 ·
johnson olabode answer;
a
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05-Feb-2015 19:58:56 ·
VictoriousVic answer;
B
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05-Feb-2015 20:25:34 ·
Tobscollins answer;
His/her name was d correct english use @den,bt now theirs is d modern english use,xo theirs is rite,read invinsible teacher 2 knw more
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05-Feb-2015 22:25:25 ·
Soomto; Yes, informal English and American English favour 'their' with indefinite pronouns, whereas in formal use, 'everyone' and other indefinite pronouns attract his or her at the complement level. There's nothing like one being "modern" and the other being archaic.
10-Feb-2015 18:24:29 ·
Soomto; Meanwhile, I'm using 'A-Z of Jamb's Use of English' by Dele Ashade. I think it's one of the best English textbooks out there.
10-Feb-2015 18:31:04 ·
princegrate answer;
A
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05-Feb-2015 22:47:11 ·
ozioma799 answer;
their
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06-Feb-2015 07:43:08 ·
Chiedu7 answer;
his /her
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06-Feb-2015 11:32:30 ·
ajagbonna oyindamola answer;
his/her
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06-Feb-2015 11:36:17 ·
DANIELS1 answer;
B
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06-Feb-2015 13:00:51 ·
favour2015 answer;
B
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06-Feb-2015 14:13:07 ·


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