anonymous
  • anonymous
the noun to which a pronoun referred is called antonym antecedent precedent
Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
hello your in the math section but I will still help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you @Deadpooljr.
NikkiBxox
  • NikkiBxox
Well, Think about this an Antonym is the oppisite of a words meaning. An antecendent is a Pronoun the changes what a noun is called A precedent is something that happened before. Which one is it?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no prob.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So @NikkiBxox the answer would be B
NikkiBxox
  • NikkiBxox
Precedent, A noun that referce to something of the past* The answer is: Anteceedent! Correct!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank y'all both for help me
NikkiBxox
  • NikkiBxox
No problem! Anytime :D Thanks for the Medal!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow. nice job @NikkiBxox you were faster than me

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