Antecedents

Grammar Bugbears: Nouns, Pronouns, Antecedents

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Style and usage books abound, but a good, user-friendly grammar—one that does more than define the terms—is hard to find. As editors, not only do we have to fix errors, but we have to explain our corrections to authors in language that does not include words such as “antecedent” or “predicate nominative.”

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