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Sentence Correction: Pronoun Questions - Ambiguity

Is the following sentence ambiguous?

The dog is sitting on the table. It is brown.

The pronoun it can refer to singular non human nouns. Both dog and table are singular and non human, so it agrees with them both. This creates ambiguity: it is unclear whether It refers to the dog or to the table.

Very good!

The pronoun it can refer to singular non human nouns. Both dog and table are singular and non human, so it agrees with them both. This creates ambiguity: it is unclear whether It refers to the dog or to the table. A table can also be brown, and there's no hint in the sentence that leads us in the direction of the dog (or the table).

The pronoun it can refer to singular non human nouns. Both dog and table are singular and non human, so it agrees with them both. This creates ambiguity: it is unclear whether It refers to the dog or to the table. A table can also be brown, and there's no hint in the sentence that leads us in the direction of the dog (or the table). A dog can also be brown, and there's no hint in the sentence that leads us in the direction of the table (or the dog).

No. Clearly, It refers to the dog.

No. Clearly, It refers to the table.

Yes. It is unclear whether It refers to the dog or to the table.

I don't know.