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Is "ONE" comes under indefinite pronouns of quantity? Kindly explain...as I have seen in the Example given by you.

Asked by Ramesh 18th July 2015, 9:49 PM
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Answer:
Indefinite pronouns of quantity do not refer to a specific person, thing, or amount. The indefinite pronoun 'one' refers to an unidentified person, thing, or amount.
 
Example
 
  1. Can one play here? 
  2. All the players had arrived but now one is missing. 
  3. I had brought all the books from the library but now one is unavailable. 
I hope this helps. 
 
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Answered by Expert 20th July 2015, 6:28 PM
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