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    Red face What is a indefinite pronoun?

    I'm Having to take this english test for High school and I have totally forgotten what a Indefinite pronoun is. Here's the sentence.

    Neither the pastors____ the plane. I have to chose from:flies and fly.

    I will prolly laugh when someone tells me the answer.


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    Re: What is a indefinite pronoun?

    Quote Originally Posted by KLeannNewton View Post
    I'm Having to take this english test for High school and I have totally forgotten what a Indefinite pronoun is. Here's the sentence.

    Neither the pastors____ the plane. I have to chose from:flies and fly.

    I will prolly laugh when someone tells me the answer.
    The sentence is not quite right.

    IT is either:
    NEither of the pastors fly/flies...
    or
    Neither pastor flies...


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    Re: What is a indefinite pronoun?

    Well, I was confused about that too. But, thats is what the test said and I kinda felt stupid. I asked my parents and they said they didnt know. But thanks for the help.


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    Re: What is a indefinite pronoun?

    Newton,
    The English indefinite pronouns are : all, any, anybody, anyone, anything, each, everybody, everyone, everything, neither, nobody, none, no one, nothing, some, somebody, someone, something.

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    Re: What is a indefinite pronoun?

    What did this question have to do with indefinite pronouns?

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