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Abigail Adams is still remembered nowadays, almost 200 years after her death, due to the fact that it was the wife of President John Adams, the mother of President John Quincy Adams, and a supporter of women’s rights.
This answer choice corrects the original Pronouns mistake by changing the non-human pronoun it to the feminine human pronoun she, which agrees with Abigail Adams.[[snippet]]
While this answer choice corrects the original Pronoun mistake and is grammatically correct, it is stylistically flawed. Adding the word also creates redundancy.
This answer choice repeats the original Pronoun mistake: the pronoun it can refer to non humans only but the noun to which it refers is a human being (Abigail Adams).[[snippet]]
Omitting the words the fact that it was changes the meaning of the original sentence.
This answer choice is grammatically incorrect: the pronoun it can refer to non humans only but the noun to which it refers is a human being (Abigail Adams).[[snippet]]