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Agreeing To Agree: Basic Pronoun Rules
Pronoun agreement: How to use his, her, she, he, it, and their in sentences. Learn the English grammar rules for pronoun agreement from Writer’s Relief.
How To Address A Literary Agent Or Editor In A Letter When You Don’t Know The Gender
How to address a literary agent or editor in a cover or query letter. Should you write Mr., Mrs., Ms.? Sir or madam? Find out the best way to write “Dear Agent Or Editor” when you don’t know the gender of your reader.
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