Lesson #151: ‘To Put One’s Finger On The Passage’: How The Indefinite Pronoun ‘One’ Is Used In English

đź“ś Miss Tita confided to me that at present her aunt was so motionless that she sometimes feared she was dead; moreover she took hardly any food—one couldn’t see what she lived on. – Henry James, The Aspern Papers (1888) If you have been studying or reading in English for a while, chances are that you have …

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