Question: Education

What is wrong with the following sentence: "To maintain a good credit score, everybody should pay their bills on time".

Is there more than one way to approach this problem?

In Education | Asked by coopersway
Asked from the Sentences study pack

Gramatically I would change everybody to everyone.

To address the issue in the question in order to maintain a good credit score everyone should not only pay their bills on time but they should pay their bills off. Making the min. payment on your credit cards will hurt your credit score.

yankee842 | 2467 days ago

pay his bill

gritaeyu | 2467 days ago

everybody should pay their bills in time

garima3 | 2465 days ago

"To maintain a good credit score everybody should pay his or her bills on time."

The indefinate pronoun antecedent everybody is singular and the pronoun their is plural so they don't agree. You need to change the pronoun to his or her so the antecedent and pronoun in agreement.


(guest) | 1565 days ago