Pronoun agreement

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Since Odysseus is one persons name, then wouldn't it be him?

See example:

Athena made Odysseus a beggar, so the suitors would not recognize him.
asked Sep 14 '13 at 01:24 Katherina Pacheco New member

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so that- & no comma

 

Yes; Odysseus is a "him".

singular

third-person

male

link comment edited Sep 14 '13 at 01:43 Aaron Prejean Expert

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