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Subject:Re: argument!! From:"Erich J. Horn" <eh7178 -at- PEGASUS -dot- CC -dot- UCF -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 8 Dec 1994 16:33:20 -0500
It connects millions of people from every continent?
On Wed, 7 Dec 1994, Timothy Schablin wrote:
> A friend and I argue over a sentence found in a book.
> The sentence -> Millions of people from every continent are connected to it.
> the word "it" is the subject and an echo word. I say the sentence should
> be rewritten to say "It has millions of people from every continent
> But this way sounds like something is missing.