Re: Friday afternoon grammar feeding frenzy, part II
Anybody care to tell us what an indefinite pronoun is?
"How to Write for Translation
Restrict the use of indefinite pronouns such as it, this, and those,
especially at the beginning of sentences. "
Off the top of my head, I didn't remember; but Google to the rescue:
* An indefinite pronoun does not refer to a specific person. Examples of indefinite pronouns include all, anybody, anything, each, and everybody.
* a pronoun that designates an unidentified person or thing somewhat out of focus. Examples: anyone, someone, no one.
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