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I am not sure which word is correct in the following sentences.

1. Everyone was asked to share (his, their) opinion.

2. Neither John nor Jane was recognized for (her, their) contribution.

3. The committee presented (its, their) recommendation to the president yesterday.

4. The instructor asked Joe and (I, me) to leave the room.

5. (Who, Whom) is calling?

6. She is an employee in (who, whom) we have great confidence.

7. He is the one (who, whom) arrived twenty minutes late.

8. Mr Choe forgot to retain his expense vouchers; (this, this oversight) caused a delay in reimbursement.

9. It was (she, her) who submitted the recommendation.

10. Our company is revising (their, its) statement of purpose.
Comments  
1. Everyone was asked to share their opinion.

2. Neither John nor Jane was recognized for their contribution.

3. The committee presented its recommendation to the president yesterday.

4. The instructor asked Joe and me to leave the room.

5. Who is calling?

6. She is an employee in whom we have great cinfidence.

7. He is the one who arrived twenty minutes late.

8. Mr Choe forgot to retain his expense vouchers; (this, this oversight ) caused a delay in reimbursement.

9. It was she who submitted the recommendation.

10. Our company is revising its statement of purpose.
1. Everyone was asked to share (his, their) opinion.
Everone was asked to share his opinion.

2. Neither John nor Jane was recognized for (her, their) contribution.
Neither John nor Jane were recognized for their contributions.

3. The committee presented (its, their) recommendation to the president yesterday.
The committee presented its recommendation to the president yesterday.

4. The instructor asked Joe and (I, me) to leave the room.
The instructor asked Joe and me to leave the room.

5. (Who, Whom) is calling?
Who is calling?

6. She is an employee in (who, whom) we have great confidence.
She is an employee in whom we have great confidence.

7. He is the one (who, whom) arrived twenty minutes late.
He is the one who arrived twenty minutes late.

8. Mr Choe forgot to retain his expense vouchers; (this, this oversight) caused a delay in reimbursement.
Mr. Choe forgot to retain his expense vouchers; this caused a delay in reimbursement.

9. It was (she, her) who submitted the recommendation.
It was she who submitted the recommendation.

10. Our company is revising (their, its) statement of purpose.
Our company is revising its statement of purpose.
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  1. their

  2. their

  3. its

  4. I

  5. who

  6. whom

  7. who

  8. this oversight

  9. she

  10. its