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This is not a subject; neither is that — 8 Comments

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  2. This is wrong (see what I did there? And I bet the meaning was clear). ‘This’ and ‘that’ are also pronouns – that’s proNOUN, get it?

    • Pronouns are supposed to have antecedents, which your opening sentence lacks. So no, I’m not entirely certain what you’re referring to. My title perhaps? Or the entire post? Anyway, maybe if you had submitted multiple papers to Dr. H, you’d be leery of using those words alone as the subject, too. Thanks for stopping by.

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