Normas de uso de los comentarios: Este es un espacio de libre expresión para plantear preguntas u ofrecer puntos de vista o explicaciones, pero no todo vale.Se borrarán todos aquellos comentarios que consideremos insultantes o denigrantes. We can add after indefinite pronouns to refer to people or things in addition to the ones we already mentioned. We use 'they' with a plural verb but the meaning is 'he or she'.
Information about one of the rock layers will appear – drag the hammer and drop it onto the layer you think is being described. This layer formed on top of earlier rocks after they were tilted and eroded away.
Carry on and place all the hammers on the correct layers.
It looks as though one group of layers was tilted and eroded away before new rocks were formed on top.
Move your mouse over one of the geologist’s hammers. This was the last layer to be formed before the rocks tilted.
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We use a singular verb after an indefinite pronoun: Everybody loves Sally. When we refer back to an indefinite pronoun we normally use a plural pronoun: Everybody enjoyed the concert. I would like to know the difference between anybody/thing/one and somebody/one/thing and when is better to use the first or the second one. Caterina Hello Caterina, The indefinite pronouns that begin with 'some' and 'any' are used in the same way as the determiners 'some' and 'any'.
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Pero – es un pronombre relativo posesivo que se utiliza siempre en conjunto con un segundo nombre ( el objeto de la posesión). The book in which you are interested is on the shelf. The book which you are interested in is on the shelf.
La primera construcción es habitual en un registro más formal, mientras que las construcciones con la preposición en posición final són más coloquiales.
Pullups, done with both hands in an overhand (or prone) grip slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, prove to be the most difficult of the pair.