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on Apr 20th 2000, 18:17:54, rachel a b wrote the following about

it

The word »it« is ubiquitous, and often used as a modifier in the most inappropriate ways. Whereas the placement of this word in a sentence should be to refer to the noun immediately preceding »it«, authors often use the word to refer to a noun w-a-y back in the sentence, leaving readers to wonder what on earth is meant.

These type of mistakes also lead to funny collections of misintentions by bungled sentences.


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