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  1. Cap1034
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    Is it possible to use "its"?

    The human race has its own set of flaws.

    Is it possible to refer to "human race" with "its"?

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    Re: Is it possible to use "its"?

    Yes. I can't think what other word you'd want to use.

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    Re: Is it possible to use "its"?

    What about their? Like A family has their own set of flaws

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    Re: Is it possible to use "its"?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmorgan View Post
    What about their? Like A family has their own set of flaws
    I would not use "their" with "human race".

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