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    Please help me correct this sentence.

    If someone slaps you, slap them back.

    If someone slaps you, slap him back.

    If someone slaps you, slap him/her back.

    I do not want to use him/her all the time. What is the alternate for this?

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    #2

    Re: Please help me correct this sentence.

    Ex: If someone slaps you, slap the person back.

  2. #3

    Re: Please help me correct this sentence.

    First, I'm not a teacher.

    Second, I would personally use the first choice in my writing.

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