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Sentence Correction: Pronoun Questions - Overview and Grammatical Mistake

Which of the following pronouns is NOT singular?

Very good!

Both is a pronoun which refers to two items, and therefore is not singular.

Example: John has tried on two jackets. Both look great on him.

Each is a singular pronoun.

Example: Each day is a new beginning.

Either is a singular pronoun.

Example: John has tried on two jackets. Either one looks great on him. 

Neither is a singular pronoun.

Example: John has tried on two jackets. Neither one looks great on him.

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