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2. Question: Everyone who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have his or her sticker by January 15.

  • who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have his or her Why this question is correct? Because this is might correct grammar rule.

  • , who wishes to use the employee parking lot, must have his or her why this question is wrong? because the second sentence don’t conjunction.

  • who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have their Why this question is wrong? Because the word “who” is not plural we don’t use “their.”

  • whom wishes to use the employee parking lot must have their Why this question is wrong? Because the word “whom” use for him not for his or her.
3. Question: With just several quick strokes of the pen, the monkeys were drawn by the artist, capturing their antics.

  • the monkeys were drawn by the artist, capturing their antics. Why this question is wrong? Because this is passive voice.

  • the artist sketched the monkeys, capturing their antics. Why this question is correct ? Because this is might correct grammar rule.

  • the artist captured the antics of the monkeys, sketching them. Why this question is wrong ? Because wrong meaning “the artist drawn first and capturing their antics.”

  • the artist sketched the monkeys and also capturing their antics. Why this question is wrong Because it is not correct rule of grammar “ we not use also with out subject.
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  • , who wishes to use the employee parking lot, must have his or her why this question is wrong? because the second sentence don’t conjunction.
  • I think this is wrong, it is because of a restrctive clause in the sentence.
  • who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have their Why this question is wrong? Because the word “who” is not plural we don’t use “their.”
  • " their " is less formal. we like to use " their " when we talk.
  • who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have his or her --- This is not a correct construct.

    The correct form should be: Anyone who wishes to use the employee parking lot must have his/ her sticker . If you break down the sentence, you can see: Anyone must have his/ her sticker (why?) if he or she wishes to use the employee parking. To combine these two ideas together, we replaces "he/ she" with "who" to form a compound sentence. In written or spoken form, we use this constuct very often. Another Ex: The lady who walked into the store with a white hat a few minutes ago is the wife of the store owner.