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Re: 448. may someday be [#permalink] New post 01 May 2008, 21:22
Its not a rule. Check out : post462039.html#p462039
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Re: 448. may someday be [#permalink] New post 02 May 2008, 06:44
Paul wrote:
It is one thing for "it" to have an ambiguous referent but it is another to have "it" as an impersonal pronoun. While the former is wrong, the latter is acceptable.
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Honestly, I know C used "out of seawater" is probably not a good idea, but I mean most of the time I would avoid the ambiguous "it" whenever I can. But I guess it is okay when used as an impersonal pronoun. I will watch out for it in the future to check on the consistency in this case. Thanks
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Re: 448. may someday be [#permalink] New post 24 Oct 2010, 00:25
I think the problem with C is that it seems that what it is worthwile is "trying to recover", when the correct meaning would be "to recover"
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