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Using “Nouns / Pronouns” in OET

How Many Nouns / Pronouns in a Sentence?

Look at this sentence:

Incorrect: Pertaining to her past medical history, she is hypertensive secondary to fibromuscular dysplasia and is on Levothyroxine 88mcg daily for primary hypothyroidism.

  • There are two pronouns in that sentence.
  • So, to make the sentence perfect, replace the second pronoun (she) with her name.

Correct: Pertaining to her past medical history, Ms Lee is hypertensive secondary to fibromuscular dysplasia and is on Levothyroxine 88mcg daily for primary hypothyroidism.

Go ahead and detect the repetition in the following lines. Some sentences may have multiple repetitions:

  1. After three days Mr Jackson returned, complaining that ________ sore throat improved.
  2. However, some of ____ earlier symptoms had worsened by this time and Mr Jackson was immediately admitted in the emergency.

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Abbreviations

Be Words – Fill Ups