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Sentence Correction: Pronoun Questions - To do so/doing so

Complete the following sentence:

A pronoun refers to a previously mentioned __________, and the phrase to do so/doing so refers to a previously mentioned __________. 

Good!

The correct answer is that a pronoun refers to a previously mentioned noun and the phrase to do so /doing so refers to a previously mentioned verb.

Incorrect. The correct answer is that a pronoun refers to a previously mentioned noun and the phrase to do so /doing so refers to a previously mentioned verb.

verb; noun
noun; verb

I don't know