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singular and plural nouns and pronouns

A singular noun or pronoun is a word that refers to one person, place,
thing, or idea.

➲ Singular nouns include car, desk, pool, friend, computer, video, geography,
and poetry.

➲ Singular pronouns include he, she, it, I, me, mine, my, his, and her.

A plural noun or pronoun refers to more than one person, place, thing,
or idea.

➲ Plural nouns include women, bottles, games, crafts, cylinders, and instruments.

➲ Plural pronouns include they, them, we, our, ours, their, theirs, themselves,
and us.

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