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    Default Pronouns and Nouns

    At the beginning of a piece of writing or paragraph, is it correct to put a pronoun before a noun such as in this sentence:

    In his speech before the election, Obama made promises to America.

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    Default Re: Pronouns and Nouns

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulysses View Post
    At the beginning of a piece of writing or paragraph, is it correct to put a pronoun before a noun such as in this sentence:

    In his speech before the election, Obama made promises to America.
    Cataphoric reference | Teaching English | British Council | BBC

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