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rss GMAT Practice Question (One of Hundreds)
When writing a declarative sentence, it is generally correct to place the noun before the verb.
Correct Answer: B
Make sure that all pronouns have clear antecedents.

This sentence, although grammatically correct, does not state the material in the clearest manner possible. It is a vague pronoun, which refers to nothing in particular. Using it in this fashion should be avoided. The introductory adverb clause also includes the implied vague pronoun you, which does not occur anywhere else in the sentence.

  1. It is a vague pronoun, which refers to nothing in particular. The introductory adverb clause also includes the implied vague pronoun you, which does not occur anywhere else in the sentence.
  2. This sentence contains no vague pronouns and states the sentence in the clearest manner possible.
  3. The introductory adverb clause includes the implied vague pronoun you, which does not occur anywhere else in the sentence
  4. This sentence pairs the noun sentences with the verb place; however, the declarative sentences do not actually do the placing.
  5. It is a vague pronoun, which refers to nothing in particular.