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    Should the pronoun it be plural since Olympics is plural. Is "it" referring to Olympics

    DO you watch the Olympics?
    It on all the channels.
    They on all the channels.


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    Re: Olympics

    They're on all the channels.

    I'm not a teacher.

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    Re: Olympics

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Should the pronoun it be plural since Olympics is plural. Is "it" referring to Olympics

    DO you watch the Olympics?
    It on all the channels.
    They on all the channels.
    I'd say "It's on all the channels", meaning the Olympics as an event, a program.

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