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6 August, 04:01

In the sentence "Neither Bruce nor his parents enjoyed the concert", his parents can be replaced with the nominative pronoun "they".

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  1. 6 August, 04:27
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    False, they can be used since if it replaced it will be " ... Bruce no they ... ". The subject hasn't been identified
  2. 6 August, 04:54
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    False

    Explanation:

    Without context clues, people won't know who "they" are. Are they his friends? Cousins? Strangers? So, the sentence would stay the same as it is. (With a few fixed grammatical mistakes)
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