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Sentence Correction: Pronoun Questions - It

Pregnant women would be relieved to know that it is quite normal to feel low, anxious, and tearful sometimes during pregnancy.

Well done!

This sentence correctly uses the pronoun it as a subject replacement

Remember: the pronoun this must always refer to a previous noun, but the pronoun it may sometimes refer to a previous noun, while at other times serving as a subject replacement.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect. This is a pronoun, which means it derives its meaning from a previously mentioned noun. However, there is no such noun in the sentence. Thus, this is incorrect.

Incorrect.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect. This is a pronoun, which means it derives its meaning from a previously mentioned noun. However, there is no such noun in the sentence. Thus, this is incorrect.

In addition, this answer choice is stylistically flawed - redundant - as a result of replacing the single word and with the three-word phrase as well as

Incorrect.

This answer choice is stylistically flawed - redundant - as a result of replacing the single word and with the three-word phrase as well as.

Incorrect.

This answer choice changes the meaning of the original sentence as a result of replacing the word relieved with delighted and omitting the word quite.

relieved to know that it is quite normal to feel low, anxious, and
relieved to know that this is quite normal to feel low, anxious, and
relieved to know that it is quite normal to feel low, anxious, as well as
delighted to know that it is normal to feel low, anxious, and
relieved to know that this is quite normal to feel low, anxious, as well as