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I've tried to look for smth on this question on the net, but have found nothing =(
Look at the example:
- Do you like tattoos?
- No, I don't like them.
Is that correct? Should I use "it" instead of "them"? What pronoun should be placed there?
I would be grateful if somebody suggested me a link to more information about what stuff each pronoun implies.
Thanks a lot in advance =)
Anonymous:yes , correct , them refers to plural noun but it refers to singular
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