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You're trying to make the right impression as you knock on the door of your blind date's apartment, or on the door of the personnel manager who has your job application. "Who's there?" you're asked. What's your reply? If you've ever been unsure, read on.
When, if ever, is it correct to use the pronoun yourself or myself? Watch this short video to find out!
The word antecedent is a fancy name for a substantive word, phrase, or clause whose denotation is referred to by a pronoun.
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Today, I thought I'd share a question from a visitor to our site and the response given by Phil Jamieson, president of ProofreadNOW.com.
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