Hi, could you please help me checking this sentence?
Should I say

a) He took the money and gave it to the beggar 

b) He took the money and gave them to the beggar

money is singular right? So I guess I should use the first one but I'm not so sure.

Thanks a lot
Hello, someotherbody- and welcome to English Forums.

Yes, you are right; use A.
Hi Someotherbody

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You are right. Use 'it' because 'money' is an uncountable noun. 
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