How many times have you been confused when reading too many pronouns and names? Take this sentence for example:
After buying some rare books for her friends, Judy put them on a shelf.
Um, did Judy put her friends on the shelf or the books? Let’s try it again.
After buying some books, Judy put them on a shelf for her friends.
Faulty or vague pronouns can cause unnecessary confusion. Be specific. Make sure the pronoun has a clear noun antecedent.