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i consider pronoun ambiguity a hard and fast rule. but i

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i consider pronoun ambiguity a hard and fast rule. but i have come to know from Ron's post that official answer may contain ambiguous pronoun. i quote his post below

1. if you see an AMBIGUOUS PRONOUN that is REPLACED BY THE CORRECT NOUN in OTHER ANSWER CHOICES, then ELIMINATE the ambiguous pronoun and keep the specific noun.
2. if you see an ambiguous pronoun that is NOT replaced by the correct noun in any of the other answer choices, then DON'T eliminate!"

could some one please explain the matter elaborately with example.

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