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 [#permalink] New post 02 Sep 2006, 06:07
ps_dahiya wrote:
I go with B.

"it" can refer to "South Pacific" or "Constellation" But "they" can refer only to "small islands".


Remember our discussion on this topic? One of (group) is the only construction that can take the plural S-V
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