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“The large majority of the 211 plates are held by multi-plate owners – some whom live outside Windsor – who rent them out to drivers for up to $200 per week.”
Dave Battagello, “Taxicab industry reforms approved”, The Windsor Star, May 23, 2007.
“Installer charged after iPod goes missing”
Headline, From Star Staff, The Windsor Star, May 23, 2007.
The word for today is slipshod.
Define the word. What part of speech is it? Use it in a sentence.
PRONOUNS (part 1)
Personal pronouns are pronouns that stand for persons.
Interrogative pronouns are used used in asking questions.
Demonstrative pronouns point out particular people or things.
Indefinite pronouns stand for no particular person or thing.
Classify the following pronouns as personal, interrogative, demonstrative or indefinite: him, whom, yours, others, that, mine, somebody, those, we, neither.