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Which person do I have to use in this sentence? <Someone seems younger than "they" are> Hello everyone, I made up this sentence but I don't know which person I have to use. Someone seems younger than they are. is "they" correct? Can I say: "Someone seems younger than it is or "Everyone seems younger than they are"? Thanks a lot
Oct 27, 2017 9:48 AM
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Everyone looks younger than they are. But your sentence doesn't make much sense if written out of context .
October 27, 2017
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