In this week’s episode of The Writer’s Minute, I talk about the dos and don’ts of gender pronouns.

It’s easy to confuse them. Here’s an example, “Jimmy washed his car, shined her chrome and its wheels.” Rather, it should read, “Jimmy washed his car, shined her chrome and her wheels.”

Once we replace the offending pronoun with the same kind, the clearer the sentance becomes. If you do this one thing, your writing will sing like the song it’s meant to be. Remember, just be consistant.

Question: What confused gender pronouns have you found in other people’s works? Leave a comment by clicking here!


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