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Is "-at" (of the what and that) a personal pronoun it?

 
 
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Is "-at" (of the what and that) a personal pronoun it?
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Reply Sun 1 Mar, 2020 01:31 pm
@NickTheodorov,
Probably not? 'What' and 'that' come from Old English 'hwæt' and 'þæt', and 'it' comes from OE 'hit'. Would be a cool connection though
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Tue 3 Mar, 2020 03:58 pm
We prefer impersonal pronouns in day to day conversation.
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