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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 avoid gendered or sexist language, like he or she, his or her, mankind, mailman, chairman, congressman, stewardess, and more. How to rewrite a sentence so it is not sexist using he or she.
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