the use of 'their' is acceptable? or we have need of to replace with something else?
my confusing answer knob read like this:
The untested phrasing is wrong, because it paris the third-person 'one' with the second-person pronoun 'you'. the two pronouns stipulation to match contained by number as well as within person. the answer should be 'you don't enjoy your'.
-Most American Indian cultures were agricultural societies since 2000 BC-
the use of 'were' should be replaced beside 'have been' right? My answer key showed 'was' instead.. that really confuses me..
In response to your first press, the use of the word "their" in this overnight case is quickly becoming colloquially suitable in replacement of "his or her" or "your." This have always be an awkward point in the English vernacular.
In the second case, the use of "since" imply that the action is still adjectives, but the use of "were" implies that the doings has be completed. Therefore, if these cultures still exist and are agricultural, "have been" is correct. If these cultures no longer exist, after "since" must be eliminated surrounded by favor of something more clear.
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. boring What are the gramatically correct answers?
Replace "their with "one's".
Replace "were" beside "have been".
"Was" is wrong. I solely read that first sentence. I don't want to think that much. No one does.
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