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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Most certainly, Peter likes popular music more than them. Would it be they or them

OpenStudy (anonymous):

depends what kind it is

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what part of speech is this?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

well?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Here's the whole thing: Peter's father plays violin and his mother plays trombone in an orchestra. Peter is learning to play the electric guitar. Sometimes the musical preferences around the house clash. Most certainly Peter likes popular music more than them.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think it would be they(they like) idk just my guess

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if its a type of part of speech like last year i had question like

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if you change it around yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

like

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hold on brb

OpenStudy (anonymous):

bck

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can you put it like this Most certainly, Peter likes popular music more than they

OpenStudy (anonymous):

it kinda sounds wrong

OpenStudy (anonymous):

kinda

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can you switch it around and put they try that.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

they was right tho

OpenStudy (anonymous):

really?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

what type of lesson are you learning?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

choosing pronouns in comparisons is what it says

OpenStudy (anonymous):

well ok

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