If you’ve followed along with the Quick Wins from the beginning, this is where it starts paying off!
In [QW1], we discussed a team is a collection of people making up:
- A group
- An entity (one – ‘it’).
The team has a chance to win.
It has a chance to win.
Although it usually refers to a large group, ‘everyone’ works the same way.
[QW6] Is it “Everyone has…” or “… have…”?
Everyone has a chance to win.
Has everyone reviewed the work?
I know everyone has a copy of the file.
You could replace ‘everyone’ with ‘it’ and still have viable sentences.
Weird sentences, but grammatically correct. 😉
So, there we go! I hope you found Quick Win 6 helpful.
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