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# 448. may someday be

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01 May 2008, 22:22
Its not a rule. Check out : post462039.html#p462039
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02 May 2008, 07:44
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.
Please refer to the following post:
11-p47963?t=8452

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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24 Oct 2010, 01:25
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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Re: 448. may someday be   [#permalink] 24 Oct 2010, 01:25

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